The Band It Elbow Brace benefits from a professional medical design and will help to relieve and prevent pain from tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow and many other repetitive stress injuries. The BandIt Strap will help you manage the pain of tennis and/or golfers elbow – two of the most debilitating everyday injuries in North America.
The Band It Elbow Brace works in conjunction with the human anatomy to help relieve pain. As a result, it will not cut off circulation, restrict your movement or cause swelling of any kind…A TREATMENT, NOT A TOURNIQUET. You will feel perfectly comfortable using this support. Wearing it all day will be a breeze. As a result, you will get relief from your ain that much more quickly.
A brainchild of Dr. Donald Fareed, a reputable orthopedic sports medicine practitioner, the Band It Elbow Brace maintains a high level of comfort over extended periods of wear. As a result, you will find yourself wearing this brace for longer periods. That is critical in increasing the chances of complete recovery. In addition, with the BandIt Strap, your muscles can relax and there will be less stress on your muscles and tendons.
You can try the Band It Elbow Brace if you suffer pain from elbow injuries associated with baseball or gardening, for example. Other activities that can produce elbow problems addressable by this brace include hand sewing, knitting and playing certain types of musical instrument. In fact, you may benefit from it if you regularly perform any movement that requires precise movement and control of the fingers.
BandIt Strap – Unique features
The Band It Elbow Brace features adjustable hook an loop closures and dual padded compressors. This allows you to adjust the compression as needed e.g. you may want to increase the compression before starting an activity that may aggravate the condition. You can also use the BandIt Strap to treat both tennis and golfers elbow pain.
Band It Elbow Brace – Conditions and Indications
- Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Repetitive Stress Injuries
- Cumulative Trauma Disorders