elbow

Hug elbow with spindle - djustable spindle for full fixation
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Hug elbow with spindle - djustable spindle for full fixation
$412.00
Hug elbow with silicone pad - The hug fits Tennis / Golfers Elbow
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Hug elbow with silicone pad - The hug fits Tennis / Golfers Elbow
$239.00
Elastic elbow sleeve with silicone - Relieving pressure in the area The epicondyle and straightening / flexing tendons of the palm
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Elastic elbow sleeve with silicone - Relieving pressure in the area The epicondyle and straightening / flexing tendons of the palm
$279.00
Magnetic sleeve for elbow - For relief of elbow pain. Warms up the elbow
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Magnetic sleeve for elbow - For relief of elbow pain. Warms up the elbow
$87.00
2 units - Elastic sleeve for silicone elbow - For relief of elbow pain. Warms up the elbow
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2 units - Elastic sleeve for silicone elbow - For relief of elbow pain. Warms up the elbow
$98.00
Elastic elastic sleeve with silicone - In the Cool Max technology
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Elastic elastic sleeve with silicone - In the Cool Max technology
$279.00
Elastic sleeve for elbow - The cuff supports damaged tissue structures
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Elastic sleeve for elbow - The cuff supports damaged tissue structures
$96.00
2 units -   Tennis Elbow Protector - Helps you stay active and reduce the pain and discomfort resulting from various injuries
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2 units - Tennis Elbow Protector - Helps you stay active and reduce the pain and discomfort resulting from various injuries
$76.00
2 units - Elastic elbow protector L - Helps you stay active and reduce the pain and discomfort resulting from various injuries
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2 units - Elastic elbow protector L - Helps you stay active and reduce the pain and discomfort resulting from various injuries
$67.00
Active Knee Protector with Silicone - Massages the affected area and contributes to reducing pain and swelling and speeding recovery
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Active Knee Protector with Silicone - Massages the affected area and contributes to reducing pain and swelling and speeding recovery
$149.00
Active Elbow Protector with Silicone - Massages the affected area and contributes to reducing pain and swelling and speeding recovery
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Active Elbow Protector with Silicone - Massages the affected area and contributes to reducing pain and swelling and speeding recovery
$149.00
Uriel - Elbow Tennis Strip Model 911 - Elbow relief under tennis playing conditions
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Uriel - Elbow Tennis Strip Model 911 - Elbow relief under tennis playing conditions
$238.00
Uriel - Elbow AC91 Tennis Strip - Prevents pain, inflammation and elbow injuries while playing tennis
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Uriel - Elbow AC91 Tennis Strip - Prevents pain, inflammation and elbow injuries while playing tennis
$78.00
Uriel - N91 Neoprene Tennis Strap Model - Made of laminated synthetic rubber (neoprene)
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Uriel - N91 Neoprene Tennis Strap Model - Made of laminated synthetic rubber (neoprene)
$138.00 Sold out
Uriel - Elbow Tennis Strip Model 91 - Elbow relief under tennis playing conditions
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Uriel - Elbow Tennis Strip Model 91 - Elbow relief under tennis playing conditions
$158.00
Uriel - Embrace Neoprene Tennis Model T90 - Made of laminated synthetic (neoprene) rubber
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Uriel - Embrace Neoprene Tennis Model T90 - Made of laminated synthetic (neoprene) rubber
$236.00
Uriel - Silicone Tennis Elbow Protector Model 922
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Uriel - Silicone Tennis Elbow Protector Model 922
$289.00
Uriel -  N95 Elbow Protector Model T95 - Made of laminated synthetic (neoprene) rubber
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Uriel - N95 Elbow Protector Model T95 - Made of laminated synthetic (neoprene) rubber
$198.00
Uriel - Neoprene Elbow Protector + Strap Model + T95
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Uriel - Neoprene Elbow Protector + Strap Model + T95
$279.00
Uriel - Elial Shield Model 95 - Prevents arthritis joint pressure
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Uriel - Elial Shield Model 95 - Prevents arthritis joint pressure
$74.00
Uriel - Elbow Shield + Strap Model +95 - suitable for left and right arm
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Uriel - Elbow Shield + Strap Model +95 - suitable for left and right arm
$124.00
Elbow Cushion Protector - 3M FUTURO - Helps with tendonitis or muscle pain really hand
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Elbow Cushion Protector - 3M FUTURO - Helps with tendonitis or muscle pain really hand
$98.00
Tennis elbow is an injury caused by overuse of the elbow. Despite its nickname, this phenomenon is not the sole concern of tennis players, and there are many other common causes of elbow pain. Tennis elbow pain is particularly noticeable in the area where the tendons of the biceps attach to the bony protrusion on the outside of the elbow, but may also spread to the arm and wrist. A variety of Orthopedic products for elbow
Can help with this problem
Painkillers and rest help the elbow cure, and rarely is the solution. Overuse of the elbow and avoiding proper treatment can lead to tendon weakness, tear formation and inflammation, which will make it difficult to heal the body. In these cases the tennis elbow may become chronic.
After an important surgery to use - Orthopedic products for elbow
Which will help in recovery
What are the symptoms of tennis elbow?
The typical tennis elbow pain usually radiates from the outside of the elbow to the arm and wrist and is felt when the wrist is stretched. The pain is manifested in the arm and tends to get worse over time. Some describe the feeling as a kind of painful pita while performing certain actions, such as shaking a hand or turning a door handle, as well as difficulty holding objects, such as a drinking cup, for example. The use of Orthopedic products for elbow relieves pain
What Causes Tennis Elbow?
This tennis elbow is a phenomenon caused by repeated contraction of the biceps used to align and lift the wrist and wrist. When stretching and moving the tissue consistently it can lead to inflammation, or a series of small tears in the tendons that attach the biceps to the bone, on the outside of the elbow. It is very important to use Orthopedic products for elbow to balance the muscles and tendons
As the name implies, people who play tennis, and especially those who use backhand incorrectly, are more likely to develop a tennis elbow. However, there are many other actions that occur with the elbow joint regularly, as part of a job or hobby, that can cause a tennis elbow. Painters, carpenters, plumbers, cooks, car mechanics and even butchers tend to have a higher incidence of tennis elbow than the rest of the population.
Another risk factor is age: Tennis elbow is common in adults between the ages of 30 and 50. However, the phenomenon can occur at any age due to repeated wrist stretching. Also, smoking people are more at risk of developing elbow tennis.
How is tennis elbow diagnosed?
The diagnosis of tennis elbow is largely based on a tactile examination of the elbow, the patient's medical history, and how he describes the pain. The problem can rarely be diagnosed using X-rays, and this method is helpful for eliminating other causes of elbow pain, such as fracture or arthritis. To assess the degree of pain, the physician will apply pressure to the affected area or ask the patient to move the elbow, wrist, and fingers in various ways.
How is tennis elbow treated?
Therapeutic approach to tennis elbow varies from person to person depending on their age, medical history and severity of pain. Drug treatment is usually enough to overcome the problem, and the patient will be referred for surgery only in rare cases. When pain does not impair daily functioning, rest and follow-up may be sufficient to see if the elbow recovers itself. In cases of severe pain, the initial treatment will include rest, cooling in the area, use of analgesics (paracetamol and others), or over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin and others), or naproxen (Alva et al.). These drugs are not recommended for prolonged use as they can cause severe digestive problems.
If these treatments are not helpful and the patient suffers from prolonged pain and movement restriction, the physician may suggest other treatment methods, such as examining the patient's use of the elbow, exercising, taking steroids or surgery.
Can tennis elbow be prevented?
There are a number of preventative measures you may want to take if you are included in the tennis elbow risk population: Strengthening the body's muscles, carefully examining the technique you use to perform repetitive actions, ensuring that the wrist is in a straight position, performing warm-up exercises, and using ice
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