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ELBOW
Elbow joints include ulnohumeral, radiohumeral and superior radioulnar joints. Numerous ligaments surround the joint capsule. The elbow joint itself is a simple hinge joint, consisting of the humerus, ulna and radius. The humerus and ulna bone shaft form an angle, called the "carrying angle". Normal carrying range angle is about 10˘X to 15˘X, with a higher degree among females than males on average.
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TENNIS/GOLF ELBOW SUPPORT W/ S
Neoprene
ELBOW SUPPORTS
 


  • Neoprene keeps the joint warm to improve healing.
    The inside layer is a ventilated lamination fabric for comfortable support.
  • Silicone pad may be positioned to reduce muscle loading.
  • Flexible plastic insert applies pressure evenly on the injured tissue around the elbow.

  • Insert the end of the support through the plastic ring to form a circle.
  • Pull the end of the support through the plastic ring and tighten. Wrap the end of the support back around the forearm and secure the hook and loop closure to the outside of the support.
  • Make sure that the brace is secured at the desired level of compression, not too tight or too loose.
  • Place the arm through the circle and slide the support to the forearm.

  • Modearate tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
  • Moderate golferˇ¦s elbow (medial epicondylitis)

SIZING

Measure around the elbow joint.

One Size
17.8 - 38.1cm (7 - 15")
FIBER CONTENTS 75% Polyurethane foam, 25% Nylon
COLOR