BandIT Therapeutic Forearm Band
- Athletic therapy device for forearm use
- Designed to aid in relief and prevention of pain associated with tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress injuries, and cumulative trauma disorders
- Ideal for sports, work and home use
- Hook and loop strap around two padded compressors, adjusting for comfort and fit without inhibiting circulation
- One size fits most
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Top Customer Reviews
Now the first problem you might imagine you'd have is one of comfort. These things have to be on snug to take pressure off the forearm tendon or they're useless. Of course more pressure usually means LESS comfort. That's where this little baby comes in- its designed to get around the issues of cutting off your circulation. Now it is made of two pieces of plastic, so its a little more rigid than the soft braces, but its padded with foam and the plastic does give- so it ends up being both firm and comfortable.
The way I see it, forearm bands can't help you if you're not able to wear them. So if you've tried other bands, give this one a shot- it's a little different than the others and well worth a try. I'd also urge sufferers to do a few of the specialized exercises in the book to prevent recurrences or for those who find they simply can't stand wearing the brace.
While I didn't purchase BandIT through Amazon, I've owned one for more than five years and in that time it has managed to prevent the injury or shorten the recovery period from tendonitis and reduced the need for anti-inflammatory drugs, all the while allowing me to continue to work and participate in sports. While I do need to take some extra precautions against reinjury, I've never found another product, including the Futuro tendonitis brace and other similar bands, that have duplicated the results of this product. Bottom line: the BandIt places pressure at the exact two points necessary to releive 90% of the stress on the tendon, allowing it to recover and heal. I still recommend the use of ice for the first 48 hours, and then alternating ice and heat until the inflammation is completely gone. P.S. the KneedIt product for the knee works just as well for similar knee problems. Great healing products, great preventive products!!
I tried several different bands for tennis elbow. The one I found to be best is the Mueller Hg80 Tennis Elbow Brace. It is available on Amazon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is somewhat hard to use. It's difficult to figure out exactly where to place it, and then difficult to secure, for me, at least. So I do not recommend it.Published 1 day ago by J. Gray
Does exactly what it's supposed to. Did not feel the pain from tendinitis when wearing this brace.Published 2 days ago by Kristen Swank
Purchased two. Gave one to a friend for tennis elbow, he is experiencing no pain. I bought one for golfers elbow, playing softball 4 times a week and pain/discomfort is subsiding.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
The Band it helped my tennis elbow pain right away. It works so much better than the usual tennis elbow strap that I had been given originally. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Cecilia Lizotte
This works better than any other arm band I've used for my elbow pain.Published 6 days ago by rktecct
I did not like this product at all. First, the plastic pieces are not flexible enough to be bent to mold to your arms. I did this and one of the plastic pieces snapped in half. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer