Elbow Brace

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General Elbow Pains/Injuries:


The elbow is the area located between the upper arm and the forearm, encompassing the elbow joint. This joint functions as a hinge, connecting the arm and the forearm, particularly linking the upper arm's humerus with the radius and ulna in the forearm. It enables movement of the forearm and hand towards and away from the body.


Elbow pain is discomfort, soreness, or pain in or around the elbow joint. It can vary in severity and may be acute (sudden onset) or chronic (persisting over time). Common causes of elbow pain include:

  1. Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis): Tennis elbow is a condition characterized by pain and inflammation on the outer side of the elbow, near the bony bump called the lateral epicondyle. It is often caused by repetitive wrist and forearm motions, such as gripping, twisting, or lifting. It is common in tennis players and individuals who perform repetitive manual tasks.

  1. Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis): Tennis elbow is a condition characterized by pain and inflammation on the outer side of the elbow, near the bony bump called the lateral epicondyle. It is often caused by repetitive wrist and forearm motions, such as gripping, twisting, or lifting. It is common in tennis players and individuals who perform repetitive manual tasks.
  2. Golfer's Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis): A golfer's elbow is similar to a tennis elbow but affects the inner side of the elbow, near the bony bump called the medial epicondyle. It is caused by repetitive stress or overuse of the muscles and tendons in the forearm, leading to pain and inflammation.
  3. Elbow Tendonitis: Tendonitis is inflammation of the tendons in the elbow, often due to repetitive movements, overuse, or strain.
  4. Elbow Bursitis: Bursitis is inflammation of the bursae, small fluid-filled sacs that cushion the bones, tendons, and muscles around joints. In the elbow, bursitis can occur near the olecranon bursa (the bony tip of the elbow) and cause pain, swelling, and tenderness.
  5. Elbow Sprains or Strains: Sprains involve stretching or tearing ligaments in the elbow, while strains involve stretching or tearing muscles or tendons. These injuries can occur due to sudden impact, overexertion, or repetitive movements and can cause pain, swelling, and instability in the elbow joint.
  6. Elbow Fractures: Fractures or breaks in the bones of the elbow, such as the humerus, radius, or ulna, can occur due to trauma or injury.

How to Avoid Tennis Elbow and release Tennis Elbow Pain?


  1. Preparation & Stretching: Before engaging in physical activities, warm up your muscles with light aerobic exercise and dynamic stretching to prepare your muscles and tendons for activity.
  2. Gradually: Avoid increasing sudden activities that stress the elbow, and gradually increase the training load to allow muscles and tendons to adapt and strengthen.
  3. Strength & Flexibility Training: Plan exercises into your workout routine that target the muscles and tendons of the forearm, wrist, and elbow.
  4. Rest: Allow adequate time for rest and recovery between training sessions or physical activities to prevent overuse injuries.
  5. Elbow Braces or Straps for Pain: Consider using an elbow brace or strap to support and relieve pressure on the elbow's tendons during activities that exacerbate tennis elbow symptoms. These elbow supports help stabilize the joint and reduce the risk of injury.
  6. Avoid Repetitive Strain: Avoid or minimize repetitive movements that strain the tendons in the elbow, such as prolonged typing, gripping tools, or using vibrating machinery.
  7. Take frequent breaks: After tennis training, take a break to rest. And use ergonomic equipment to reduce the risk of overuse injuries.
  8. Cross-Training: Engage in various physical activities and sports to avoid repeatedly overloading the same muscles and tendons. Cross-training can help distribute the workload evenly across different muscle groups and reduce the risk of overuse injuries.
  9. Elbow Compression Brace: Wearing an elbow compression wrap or brace around the forearm to support and reduce strain on the elbow's tendons. Make sure the compression of elbow support brace is not too tight to avoid impairing circulation.
  10. Massage Therapy: Gentle massage, such as friction massage or myofascial release, can help relax tight muscles, improve blood flow, and reduce pain and stiffness in the elbow.

Fivali Elbow Brace


Fivali Elbow Braces are protective cushioning devices worn on the elbows, and wearing them helps protect the elbows from injuries and discomfort. They are especially beneficial for people with fitness activities or skateboarding hobbies. Some occupational activities also involve prolonged use of the elbows, making the cushioning protection of elbowguards crucial for injury prevention.

Choose a Fivali Elbow Support or Elbow Brace for Pain to unlock the freedom of daily movement!