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Tennis Elbow Support

Elbow Supports

Tennis elbow is the result of overused tendons in your elbow, due to the repetitive wrist and arm movements of the sport. Tennis players or athletes are not the only ones who can suffer from the injury; plumbers, painters, and carpenters are just a few more examples of other people who are prone to tennis elbow.

Adjustable Elbow Support Brace to Prevent Tennis Elbow


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360 Relief Tennis Elbow Support Brace can help relieve acute pain and discomfort while reducing the symptoms of tennis elbow.

Adjustable Tennis Elbow Strap to Prevent Tennis Elbow & Pain


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360 Relief Tennis Elbow Strap can be helpful in the treatment and recovery of tennis elbow. It can help prevent recurrence and ease pain by providing support.

Compression Elbow Support Sleeve for Tennis Elbow


Relieve aches, pain and inflammation!!

360 Relief Elbow Support provides a snug, yet flexible fit which helps muscles and reduce the risk of injuries.

Compression Elbow Support Sleeve for Tennis Elbow Pain Relief


Relieve aches, pain and inflammation!!

360 Relief Elbow Support provides a snug, yet flexible fit which helps muscles and reduce the risk of injuries.

Elbow Compression Sleeve With Strap for Tennis & Golf


Relieve aches, pain and inflammation!!

360 Relief Elbow Support provides a snug, yet flexible fit which helps muscles and reduce the risk of injuries.

Elbow Compression Wrap Support for Muscle Pain, Sprain & Sports Injury


360 Relief compression wrap Bandage provides a combination of comfort and protection. Reducing the risk of sports-related injuries. It helps to boost blood circulation and accelerate recovery.

Tennis & Golf Elbow Strap Support to Prevent Elbow Injuries and Pain


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360 Relief Tennis Elbow Strap can help to reduce pain, inflammation, and discomfort while also preventing additional damage.

Tennis elbow symptoms appear gradually; the pain usually starts mild and will worsen over time. You may feel burning or inflammation on the outside of your elbow, spreading all the way to your wrist, and this sensation may worsen at night. You may also experience difficulty in moving your arm or gripping objects.
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Forearm activity, such as grasping a racquet, spinning a wrench, or shaking hands, can also worsen your symptoms. It is highly recommended that you apply ice packs to your elbow, for around 15 minutes twice a day, for a few days to help minimise swelling and soreness, always making sure to wrap the ice pack in a towel or cloth to protect your skin.

However, if your symptoms do not disappear after resting and icing, consult your GP or doctor, and they may ask you to try straightening, bending, or moving your arm and elbow to determine the extent of the injury. Your doctor may also have you take several tests to diagnose the elbow condition. If the tests come back as positive, your muscles are not in good condition, and you will need a complete medication with rest.

Tennis elbow sometimes improves on its own with rest and medicine. If over-the-counter medicines and other self-care techniques do not work, your doctor may recommend physical therapy and an elbow brace for extra support and protection. If your symptoms worsen after every possible treatment, surgery might be needed for complete healing.

Anyone who is physically active in playing or working can injure their elbow. Appropriate braces and supports can help prevent further injury and improve the recovery of injured ligaments. For example, tennis elbow supports will help reduce discomfort and speed up the recovery process.

360 Relief provides the best tennis elbow braces that are highly effective in healing the injured elbow and preventing further damage. To achieve the best results, the highest-quality braces and supports should be worn while healing. These are available in a variety of different sizes and colours, tailored to your requirements and needs.

What Causes Elbow Pain in Tennis Players?

Most of the elbow injuries in tennis players, especially tennis elbow, result from the overuse of the forearms with incorrect wrist action. However, some other conditions, such as repetitive movements, banging, and knocking, can also cause elbow injuries in tennis.

What Is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is a condition that occurs due to repeated actions or overuse in the forearm muscles near the elbow joint. This condition results in pain around the outside of the elbow.

What Are Common Elbow Injuries?

While playing tennis, players may experience the following elbow injuries:

  • Tennis Elbow
  • Flexor Tendinitis
  • Ulnar Neuritis
  • Olecranon Stress Fracture
How Does Elbow Support Help with Tennis Injuries?

Elbow supports help dissipate the pain throughout your forearm and lessen the stress to your muscles. Elbow support also reduce pain and help improve the ability to move the arm and elbow freely.

How to Prevent Elbow Injuries In Tennis?

Warming up properly and gently stretching the arm muscles can help prevent elbow injuries in tennis. Use the lightweight rackets with a bigger sized grip to avoid extra pressure or strain on your tendons.

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