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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 ELBOW BRACE
Neoprene
ELBOW SUPPORTS
 


  • Circular pad for extra pressure on the muscle in the arm or wrist.
  • Provides full support of elbow region in conjunction with reducing of the insertion of the extensor carpi radialis tendon.
  • Adjustable compressive strap reduces tension in wrist and finger extensors during gripping.

  • Insert hand into the brace and pull up to the elbow.
  • Position the circular pad on the extensor or flexor muscle.
  • Thread through the buckle and secure the hook and loop strap to desired compression.

  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfer's elbow
  • Weak elbow

SIZING

Measure around the elbow joint.

S
23.2-25.7cm (9 1/8-10 1/8")
M
25.7-28.3cm (10 1/8-11 1/8")
L
28.3-30.8cm (11 1/8-12 1/8")
XL
30.8-33.3cm (12 1/8-13 1/8")
FIBER CONTENTS 70% Neoprene, 15% Nylon, 15% Cotton
COLOR