Elbow Splint used to Treatment for “tennis elbow”
In 1883, major observed that players in Wimbledon tennis often had pain and burning on the outside of their elbows, weakened grip, and elbow joint bounce when some patients moved their forearms, which was called “tennis elbow”. The treatment of the disease is mainly non-surgical treatment (conservative treatment). Tennis elbow patients can achieve symptom relief through rest, ice, oral analgesic and local block.
We have specially made knitted compression sleeves designed for “tennis elbow” problems, as well as other elbow warp to protect the elbow
Knitted Elbow Support
Composition : 40%polyamide 30%Bamboo 20%spandex 10%poly Knitted according to elbow curve, breathable fabric with compression, balanced pressure, protect Elbow and keep active as normal.
Indications : compression therapy effect for elbow joint diseases. Protect and improve the strength of elbow jointGet A Quote
CUBITAL TUNNEL ELBOW SPLINT
Innovative support that immobilizes and positions the elbow at 100 degree to help reduce pain and numbness associated with cubital tunnel syndrome.
Indications : Immobilization and limited range of motion for rehabilitation of the elbow.Get A Quote
CRADLE ARM SLING
Breathable, lightweight and skin-friendly fabric for a comfort fit. Generous size envelope to support the arm. Adjustable strap and universal design to fit most patients shoulder pad for comfort.
Indications : Injury to the arm, wrist or hand.
MESH ARM SLING
Breathable, lightweight and skin-friendly fabric for a comfort fit. Unique ventilated elastic construction making it cool and breathable. Easy, fast and simple application with sliding buckle. Features a soft padded shoulder strap. Fits left or right shouler/arm
Indications : Injury to the arm, wrist or hand.Get A Quote
Compressive sleeve to provide support and pain relief to the elbow joint. Made with hole over the elbow for flexibility. Soft and smooth material allows for an easy application. Ideal for wear during physical activity.
Indications : Elbow sprains, strains and contusions.Get A Quote