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  • EPI SPORT TENNIS ELBOW BRACE EPICONDYLITIS CLASP MEDIUM FLA
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Size: Medium | Color: Black

EPI SPORT TENNIS ELBOW BRACE EPICONDYLITIS CLASP MEDIUM FLA

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Size: Medium | Color: Black
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000BM703C
  • UPC: 719869533672
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,307 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Lifting light, ordinary items was causing some pain.
Darren McCartney
The EpiSport works great for tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) but not sure if it does much for golfers elbow (medial epicondylitis).
GoodToBeBob
The braces are more comfortable, more effective, and easier to keep adjusted and wear than any of the standard types.
happy camper

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By GiantB. on October 8, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium
I played tennis for many years, but only began noticing elbow pain due to working on the computer for many hours (part of my occupation). And for two years, I've struggled with wrist and elbow pain. I endured and spent a lot on physical therapy and yet the pain still lingered and got worse if I used my hand. As a result, I had to stop working or I'd be operated. I used a soft brace for over a year, and although it helped a bit, it didn't relieve entirely the problem.

About two months ago, I began to develop golf elbow tendinitis, and that led me to search for a new brace. The first few days using the Epi Sport I had more soreness in my muscles because it is more rigid than other braces. But after a week, my arm adapted to it and the pain was gone. I only have slight pain in my elbow if I stay too long on the computer or do too many activities in a day.

One of the changes that I had to make is, my doctor initially told me to use a brace only while I worked on the computer, but I ended up having elbow pain doing other chores like cooking, writing, etc.. So I began using the brace throughout the day, and viola, a big difference! My physical therapist confirmed that I can use it during the day, and when I sleep take it off. As a result, I don't suffer from pain as before. What a relief!

Prior to using any type of brace, in the morning I do daily warm up exercises for my hand and arm, and that helps. Taking breaks from chores helps too. And some people do well with ice and muscle cream.

Something I wasn't sure of when buying the brace was if it was made of latex? There were no indications. The inner part that touches the arm is made of some other material, not latex. It didn't cause me any allergies, so I'm quite pleased with it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Denise A Hopkins on January 3, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I have to say this brace has been nothing short of amazing for me. I had dealt with severe tendonitis in my elbow for nearly 1-2 years. It was due to lifting weights & exercising. I always had the pain although sometimes it was worse than others. When it would be at it's worst, it was super painful to even bend my arm & I definitely couldn't pick anything up. The pain would hamper my ability to work out too, which I hated. I also felt like everytime I did work out that I was making the situation worse (which I was!). I constantly babied the arm to prevent the pain from getting worse. I even had to use extreme caution in carrying groceries (or anything) into the house. I got this brace in hopes to get rid of the pain without having to get injections. For the first week or two, I wore it all the time. Now for nearly 9 months, I wear it only when I work out. It fits well & I forget it is there. I take it off when I am done working out. I can say that I no longer have the pain at all! It is amazing b/c I was NEVER without elbow pain. Now, I can do a lot and I am pain free. Believe me, I never work out without it. It has been a life saver for me. I never thought my elbow would heal but this has done it! It absolutely worked for me & I will never work out without it again!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joel A. Loeffler on September 9, 2009
When I hurt my arm, I went to Target and got a strap. They do not work as they offer less support to the muscles. Out of desperation, I bought this product. It is the only one that really works. I have at least 6 other brands, and they are not effective.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tennis ace on April 7, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small Verified Purchase
I have used this item for many years to help alleviate tennis elbow and I am very pleased with this product and will continue to use it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ZoomZorch on September 29, 2014
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large
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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