Tennis Elbow Band

Tennis Elbow Band

Indications:
Tennis elbow arm band uses for tennis elbow/ golfer’s elbow
Tennis elbow support band uses for overuse injury or ligament sprain
Features:
Neoprene material provides warmth and compression, enhances circulation for healing
Provide pressure relief around inflammated soft tissues

Product Details

OTS-EB102

Tennis Elbow Band


Indications:

Tennis elbow arm band uses for tennis elbow/ golfer's elbow
Tennis elbow support band uses for overuse injury or ligament sprain

Features:

Neoprene material provides warmth and compression, enhances circulation for healing
Provide pressure relief around inflammated soft tissues


Size: S M L XL 


SIZE INFORMATION

Size

S

M

L

XL

Circum. of widest part of forearm (IN)

8-9

9-10

10-11

11-12

Circum. of widest part of forearm (CM)

20-23

23-25

25-28

28-30


Knowledge:

The elbow joint capsule surrounds the humerus-ulnar joint, the humerus-radio joint, and the proximal ulnar joint. The articular capsules surrounding these joints are very thin and reinforced with a slanted bundle of fibrous tissue at the front end. The collateral ligament strengthens the joint capsule of the elbow. These ligaments provide a source of stability for the elbow joint. The medial collateral ligament is composed of an anterior fiber bundle, a posterior fiber bundle, and a transverse fiber bundle. Anterior fibers are the most powerful and resilient fibers in the medial collateral ligament. Again, these fibers provide the most important force to resist eversion forces to the elbow. The anterior fiber bundle is generated in the front of the medial upper malleolus and is inserted into the middle of the ulna coronoid process. Because the anterior fibers span both sides of the axis of rotation, at least some of the fibers are taut during sagittal motion. Therefore, the anterior fiber provides joint stability during the movement of the entire joint. The posterior fibers of the medial collateral ligament are less defined than the anterior fibers and are basically the thickened portion of the posteromedial joint capsule. The posterior fibers attach to the posterior portion of the medial upper malleolus and are inserted into the inner edge of the beak. The fibers at the back resist valgus forces and become tight when the elbows are flexed a lot. For this reason, these muscles are called dynamic medial fixation structures of the elbow. When a fully extended elbow is extremely forced to make an excessive eversion, it is usually caused by excessive stretching of the arms and hands during wrestling, and the medial collateral ligament is extremely vulnerable. Ligament injury may be related to a fracture of the humerus and radial joint or a fracture along the radius, a forearm bone that bears 80% of the pressure on the wrist. Severe valgus forces can also damage the proximal attachment points of the ulnar nerve or pronator muscle (flexor carpimus). If the joints are overstretched, they can also hurt the anterior capsule. The medial collateral ligament is also sensitive to elbow injuries caused by repeated valgus forces during non-load-bearing activities.


Q: Can you do OEM and ODM?

A: Yes, OEM and ODM are both acceptable. The material, color, style can customize, the basic quantity we will advise after we discuss.


Q: How many packaging do you have?

A: We have five packages including PE bag, hand bag, zip lock bag, colorful box and white box currently.


Q: When can I get the price?
A: Usually we quote within 8 hours after we get your inquiry.


Q: What’s your after-sale service?

A: Our quality warranty period is one year. Any quality problem will be solved to customer satisfactions. 

 

 


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