Coudière tennis elbow ou golfer's elbow avec maintien réglable à l'avant bras et sangle anti-épicondylite réglable en tension.
Tennis elbow is the humerus lateral epicondylitis. It springs from an overuse of the extensor or supinator muscles of the forearm and wrist and it’s caused by repetitive twisting of forearm and elbow and torqueing motions. The injury is called from tennis, because the backhand motion is the most direct impact of this condition, but it occurs in other sports.
Golfer’s elbow is the humerus medial epicondylitis. It is the result of overuse stress of the musculotendinous junction in the elbow’s medial side. The origin of name is from golf, because a lot of clinicians believe that too strong grip of the golf’s stick causes increase stress on the wrist flexor muscles and, simultaneously, on the tendon at the elbow. However, we can see this injury also in baseball or weightlifting.
The best solution to prevent and treat the enthesopathy is our elbow brace.
Elbow support is made of innovative, high-compressive and skin-friendly material, called CottonPren. This fabric is made of comfort neoprene foam with polyester lining and internal elastic terry
What’s more, our tennis and golfer’s elbow brace has special silicone insert providing therapeutic vibration with every move. It reliefs the tendon’s pain. Depending on condition, the silicone insert can be attach on the lateral side of the joint (tennis elbow) or on the medial side (golfer’s elbow). Besides, we use the special circumferential strap providing excellent compression and therapeutic efficiency of silicone in the inflammation area.
ActivDistance is 3-layered lamination, made of comfort foam and 2 non-elastic polyamide layers. ActivDistance is not elastic what improves stabilization. The foam inside makes our fabric very soft and comfortable. ActivDistance is self-gripping in both sides, so you can fit our devices perfectly.
- provides targeted compression
- helps reduce pain and elbow strain
- is comfortable and easy to apply
- permits continued activity
- tennis elbow
- golfer’s elbow
- elbow inflammation