Tennis elbow is no fun and can often last for a long time. A tennis elbow is also known as a tennis elbow or epicondylitis lateralis humeri. Tennis elbow is a condition in which the outside of the elbow hurts. The pain can radiate to the forearm, wrist and hand. How do you recognize a tennis elbow and what can be done about it?
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The muscles in the forearm allow you to perform movements with the wrist and fingers. The muscles are attached to the bone (humerus) of the upper arm by a tendon. With a tennis arm, there is an inflammation in the tendon tissue. An elbow brace can in many cases make a very good contribution to the recovery process.
A tennis arm is in most cases caused by overload. During prolonged tightening and use of the muscle, small tears will develop in the tendon, which causes an unpleasant feeling. Relieve the muscles in the forearm and support them with a tennis elbow brace.
People indicate a tremendous relief of the complaints with a combination of exercises and the use of an elbow brace against the tennis arm (practice based). A tennis elbow is best treated with eccentric exercises and an elbow bandage. Taking a long rest will unfortunately have little effect. Wearing a tennis elbow brace can be to reduce and alleviate complaints in everyday life.
ProBrace can advise two different elbow braces:
The first option is to choose a tire. The band is specially designed for a tennis elbow. The band puts pressure on the tendon attachment.
You can also choose a brace that falls completely over the elbow brace for extra stability around the elbow joint.