When individuals suffer from Golf and Tennis elbow it can be an extremely painful experience. It is important that these individuals receive the necessary treatment to reduce the pain involved. Our range of Physiologix elbow supports offers light, medium and firm support to aid with the recovery of injuries.
What is Tennis Elbow
Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is an overuse and muscle strain injury that results in an inflammation of the outside of the elbow and forearm areas. With repeated use, those muscles become overworked and eventually become inflamed.
Tennis elbow is usually caused by overusing the muscles attached to the elbow that are used to straighten your wrist. If the muscles are strained, tiny tears and inflammation can develop on the outside of you elbow.
Symptoms Of Tennis Elbow
- Pain on the outside of the elbow.
- Pain while lifting or bending your arm.
- Pain while gripping small objects.
- Pain while twisting your forearm.
What Is Golfers Elbow
Golfers elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis, is an irritation on the inner side of the arm and elbow. It is a condition that causes pain where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the bony bump on the inside of your elbow.
Golfers elbow is commonly caused by damage to the muscles and tendons that control your wrist and fingers. The damage is typically related to excess or repeated stress on the muscles.
Symptoms Of Golfers Elbow
- Pain on the inner side of your elbow
- Elbow stiffness
- Weakness in hands or wrists
- Numbness or tingling in fingers.
Recover Like A Pro With Physiologix
Our extensive Sports supports range offer light, medium, firm and more structured brace supports that use the latest in innovative design and fabric technologies to provide outstanding comfort and uncompromising support to aid in the recovery of injuries.
The Physiologix range consists of four levels: Essential, Advanced, Ultimate and Custom. Each range of supports offers users high levels of comfort assisting in effective recovery and helping to prevent re – injury.
The Physiologix Essential Supports Range offers maximum comfort without restricting movement. Enhanced lightweight, breathable, durable stabilizer that provides support whilst helping to prevent re – injury. It has an ergonomic design to provide uniform support and compression and reinforced edges for durability.
The Advanced Supports Range uses trilastic 3D Fabric Technology for a comfortable fit and stretch. Designed for injury recovery and prevention, the supports have a hexagonal cell matrix for targeted compression. The advanced range features silicone beading for placement retention and integrated pull tabs for ease of fit.
The Ultimate Supports Range provides the optimal level of compression and heat retention to help improve blood circulation, reduce pain and help speed up recovery. Fitted with a contour design to minimise bunching and lined with a breathable fabric.
The Custom Supports Range offers firm support from its custom contour design which helps to minimize bunching. It provides the optimal level of compression and heat retention to help improve blood circulation, reduce pain and speed up recovery.