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Aircast Pneumatic Armband: Tennis/Golfers Elbow Support Strap, One Size Fits Most
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- Provides immediate relief for those suffering from acute and chronic injuries affecting the elbow, wrist, forearm, and epicondylitis
- A single pre-inflated air cell concentrates compression directly on the extensor muscle, delivering instant relief that doesn't restrict your movement
- An adjustable strap delivers a customized fit, making this pneumatic armband ideal for all-day use
- Versatile for use during both athletic and occupational activities; Non-slip foam lining adds function and comfort
- Universal fit allows the Aircast Pneumatic Armband to be worn on either the left or the right arm; One size fits most
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The Aircast Pneumatic Armband contains a single pre-inflated air cell that concentrates compression directly on the extensor muscle, delivering instant relief that doesn't restrict your movement. The Aircast Pneumatic Armband provides immediate relief for those suffering from acute and chronic injuries affecting the elbow, wrist, forearm, and epicondylitis, which is commonly known as tennis or golfers elbow. The contoured fit coupled with an air cell and soft foam lining make this pneumatic armband ideal for all-day use. It's versatile for use during both athletic and occupational activities. Universal fit allows the Aircast Pneumatic Armband to be worn on either the left or the right arm. One size fits most.
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DirectionsEasy To Apply:
Wrap armband around arm. (Aircast Logo Facing Out)
Center aircell above (A) or below (B) forearm.
Adjust strap for snug fit.
Care: Hand wash in cool water with mild detergent. Rinse thoroughly and air dry. Do not use bleach or fabric softener.
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Although the doctor explained how to wear it, he did not explain what caused my problem (I no longer play tennis).
After careful research, I found that there are several important muscles that run from the hand to the upper arm and shoulder. Three are especially important for me:
The Extensor carpus radialis longus which attaches to the index finger and "controls bending of the wrist towards the thumb as well as bending the wrist back";
The Extensor carpi radialis brevis which attaches to the middle finger and also "controls the raising of the wrist";
The Extensor carpi ulnarus which attaches to the 5th finger and is used to "cock the wrist outwards, for example reaching for a far away key on a keyboard".
These three muscles run along the thumb side of the forearm. Strain on these muscles can effect use of the hand and shoulder. Under strain the result is pain.
To relieve the problem, I place the pneumatic air cell directly on the three muscles and pull the strap tight. The pressure somehow relieves strain on those muscles and temporarily solves the problem. With the brace in place I am able to use my arm again.
I found this cast on Amazon. It is the same product that I obtained at the doctors office, but is much cheaper online. I bought a second one as a backup. I highly recommend this product.
Now I will admit, I joked with my wife that I don't know if it is working by itself, or if it simply reminds me to go easy on the arm, but after wearing it for a week I am surprised. I woke up for the first time this morning with no pain in my elbow.
Pro's: it's cheap and seemingly effective. :-)
Con's: according to my nurse the pictures don't demonstrate proper placement. The air pack should be practically right next to your elbow, and should be nestled right in front of the crease of the inside of your elbow - snug, but not so tight as to cut off circulation. Also, it is a bit of a pain to get it positioned properly, so sweet talk a friend or loved one into helping you out.
The problem I had--and the reason for my down-grading--is that I have really skinny arms, maybe just a hair over 8", below the elbow, where this band would be used. Apparently this is functionally below the limits of "one size fits most". Without any appreciable compression at all, I've already extended the velcro tab past the section where it can adhere. By the time I have actual compression? Not a chance of sticking to anything. So I can't wear the thing as anything more than a sort of decorative, medical-beige arm band. Tres chic, no? I really wish the listing had been more specific about its size range, so that those of us who aren't "most" could keep searching elsewhere.
My advice? Measure your forearm first, at it's meatiest part, just below the elbow. If your forearm is skinnier than 8.5", you probably will not benefit much from this purchase, so don't get it unless you're desperate and have money to burn. (Who knows, maybe there's some variation, from one band to another, in the manufacturing, and some bands will be a smidge shorter--maybe you'll be the lucky one to win that straw-pull.) On the bright side? It was relatively inexpensive, in the realm of arm splints and braces.