Elbow Brace for Pain
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4 Types of Elbow Pain

  • Tendonitis: Tendonitis is an inflammation of the muscles and tendons around the elbow joint.  The common types of tendonitis include tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) and golfer's elbow (medial epicondylitis), which are caused by overuse or repetitive use. When Tendonitis occurs, you may find it discomfort and pain in your elbow and forearm.
  • Sprains & Strains: If you overstretch or overuse your elbow, it leads to the tear and swelling of ligaments, muscles, and tendons around the elbow joint. For quick healing, you need to reduce your range of motion.
  • Fractures: If you break your elbow bones, such as the radius, ulna, or humerus, you will suffer from severe pain, swelling, and bruising.
  • Arthritis: Arthritis is a severe illness, which leads to pain, stiffness, inflammation, and reduced function. The common types of arthritis include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout.

Why Elbow Brace is Used for Pain?

Elbow Brace is not a drug to cure your elbow injury and strains, but a supporter and protector to alleviate your pain and promote healing. Thanks to added compression around the affected areas, the elbow brace support reduces swelling and inflammation. Moreover, the elbow brace helps stabilize the elbow joint, allowing for less strain and pain on the tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue. The elbow brace also has a positive impact on the recovery. By providing enough support and limiting excessive movement, an elbow brace can promote the healing of injured tissues.

If you're experiencing persistent or severe elbow pain, you can wear the best elbow braces to relieve pain. Besides, you can take more effective measures for pain relief, like ice, medication, physical therapy, and surgery.

How to Select an Elbow Brace for Pain?

Elbow braces provide stability, pain relief, and comfort for the elbow and forearm. Whether you play tennis, golf, or volleyball, elbow braces are your reliable protectors.

⭐Tennis Elbow Straps: This kind of elbow brace features straps to add pressure to the extensor tendon for less pain and strain. It is designed to target lateral epicondylitis or "tennis elbow."

⭐Compression Elbow Sleeves: The compression elbow brace provides gentle compression to the elbow joint, promoting blood flow and reducing inflammation. It's made of lightweight, breathable, and elastic materials for more comfort.

⭐Hinged Elbow Brace: Equipped with a rigid metal side stabilizer, the elbow brace gives maximum stability and support to your elbow joint. It's also wrapped around the forearm to provide targeted compression and support to the affected tendon.

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