How does a tennis elbow brace work?
The tennis elbow is the epicondylitis of the humerus. The tendon of the elbow joint has a pain in the tendon at the starting point of the extensor muscle. The pain is caused by the chronic tearing injury caused by the repeated force of the forearm extensor. The extensor tendon of the forearm tightens and strains when grasping something, and excessive use of these muscles causes the muscles of the muscle to be degenerated, degenerated and torn at seven points. The patient feels sick when trying to grasp or lift an object. Tennis elbow is a typical example of overwork syndrome, common in tennis and badminton players. Housewives, bricklayers and other people who use elbows for a long time are also prone to this disease.
Most of the tennis elbows are slow to develop. The initial patients only feel pain on the lateral side of the elbow joint. The hand can't hold the force firmly. There is no redness and swelling in the part. The elbow joint is not affected, but the forearm rotates and feels pain. Severe patients feel pain when they stretch their fingers, stretch their wrists, or use chopsticks. A small number of patients will feel more painful on rainy days.
How to treat tennis elbow? It is common to take medicine for physical therapy, but you should never overlook a very effective method, that is, tennis elbow pads.
The use of compression-resistant tennis elbow guards on the forearm limits the force generated by the forearm muscles, relieves pressure on the attachment points of the upper tibia muscles, and reduces irritation to relieve inflammation.
Therefore, in order to alleviate the symptoms of tennis elbow, everyone can wrap elastic bandages on the forearm muscles or use professional protective gear in daily life and sports, so as to relieve pain and treat tennis elbow.
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