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Bauerfeind EpiPoint Elbow Strap

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  • Oblong, knobbed visco-elastic compression pad provides targeted intermittent compression to the lateral insertion point, thus relieving pain
  • Pivoting compression pad can be adjusted for the right or left arm, providing correct anatomical pressure and placement
  • Made of washable lightweight pile that is lined with terrycloth to provide comfort and absorb perspiration
  • Flexible semi-rigid plastic bar incorporated within EpiPoint helps the product retain its shape
  • Made in Germany with the highest quality standards
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Product Description

EpiPoint is a dynamic elbow strap for tennis elbow (epicondylitis) and other overuse conditions. Its integral elastic pressure cushion (pad) relieves pressure on the tendon attachments at precisely the right points. A special red warning section indicates if the strap has been pulled too tightly and if the pressure is therefore too strong. It can be worn on either the left or the right arm.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00145EUTW
  • Item model number: 12063501080000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
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tennis elbow, elbow tendonitis, elbow pain

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By paulieR on May 22, 2012
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If you want a product that runs a 50-50 chance of falling apart within three months and whose manufacturer apparently does not stand behind its warranty, buy this product.

I bought one of these three months before I bought a second one. I am still wearing the first one. Based on my experience of that one, I might give this product four or five stars. But this isn't a review of the first one I bought but the second.

I bought the second one after I misplaced the first one. Shortly after the second strap arrived, the first one I bought turned up. I kept that one at home while I used the second one at work. Shortly after I began using the second one I couldn't get it to sit evenly on my elbow (that started after about a week). I originally thought the problem had been the way I was fastening it. But the problem persisted, it got more and more crooked and finally the strap detached from the other part of the brace. I then realized that the crookedness of the brace was actually the strap slowly tearing away from the place at which it was fastened to the brace. It's my educated guess that the strap wasn't attached securely, causing a defect that resulted in the strap falling apart. There was absolutely no unusual wear or abuse of the product.

I was puzzled by the manufacturer's response to their defective product. From my point of view they simply did not take responsibility and did not stand behind their product. Bauerfeind wanted me to show proof, not that I purchased the brace from them but that Amazon purchased the brace from Bauerfeind. And, though it was past Amazon's time limit for a return, I needed to get Amazon's authorization for the return to Bauerfeind.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Groce on October 22, 2008
I have been using this for about a month now and it works very well. I have used other cheaper bands and they do not come even close in effectiveness. I have had tennis elbow on both sides. On one side it was so bad I had to have a shot and so far it has been okay. With my other arm it was more of a mild case and thats when I bought this one. My elbow feels much better now with only after month of using it. I highly recommend this product!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ZoomZorch on September 29, 2014
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Generally, I’ll compare the devices: Sleeve vs Band/Mfgr vs Mfgr. The existing Amazon reviews cover the individual pros & cons.

For months, I’ve been dealing with moderate to severe medial epicondylitis or “golfers elbow”. Both elbows – more pronounced in right (I’m right handed). As my elbow pain began to become a very persistent problem, I decided to find a “fix”. I’m pleased to say my elbows are much improved … read on.

The onset my elbow problems coincided with the failure of the pneumatic piston on my office chair which resulted in the chair sinking to the “bottom”/not staying at the desired height. Not realizing this would cause elbow problems, I procrastinated replacing the chair for a few months because, after all, it was still functional … just lower than I was accustomed to. Once the broken chair was identified as the problem, I immediately stopped using it and replaced it. Slowly, my elbows got better … but they were still injured and needed support to heal. Those of you that have epicondylitis from working at your desk, PLEASE try raising your chair up a few inches.

Replacing the chair put me on the road to recovery. However, I soon discovered that healing my “injured” elbows was going to take some time. Riding my bike (road & mountain) inflamed my elbows and set me back in the healing process. Same thing with golf. Taking divots & grounding the club was very painful.

Ongoing, my elbows would be especially painful in the morning. I had never experienced this pain before my office chair inflicted injury. I’ve researched & believe the pain is from sleeping with my arms tightly bent. Bending the elbow compresses the ulna nerve and flexes the injured tendon thus exacerbating the injury.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Believer on June 15, 2011
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I have a friend that let me use her EpiPoint elbow strap after I bought a different strap at a local store.
The difference what incredible! The inside bubble really holds and give just the right pressure. I also love
the fact that if you pull the strap to tight there is a red line that will show.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mike on December 27, 2013
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Review is by Mike's Wife:

I am a physical therapist who developed Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer's elbow) and needed to purchase an elbow strap so that I could still treat my patients while it healed (by treating myself at the end of the day). My biggest criticism is that it is falling apart after only a few months of use and I only wear it during my workday I wear a different one at home. The elastic is starting to come out and I have not over-tensioned it or exposed it to any chemicals (which may cause the elastic to degrade). Fof the rest of the review I have made a pro and con list:

PROs:
-low profile, doesn't show much under clothes
-designed to make sure that people do not over-tension which would decrease circulation
-comfortable
-if you are sensitive to pressure or are in the early/acute phase of you recovery this one will likely be more comfortable than other straps.

CONs:
-expensive and degrades after a few months of wear
-the "knobs" on the pad do not protrude out far enough to take adequate pressure off of the tendon, especially if you have a lot of muscle bulk in your forearm. I had to buy another brand of strap for sports that had a thicker padded area to take the pressure off of the tendon so that I could climb again.

Overall, due to the cost and lack of durability, I would NOT recommend this to my patients. If the company improved the products' durability AND made it so that there were different "knob" size options that you could snap-in based on the patient's needs, then I would defiantly recommend it.
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