Lateral or medial epicondylitis pain is typically caused by repetitive motion of the forearm muscles. When you repeatedly use your wrist and arm to bend, grasp or twist things, your tendons develop tiny tears that can cause wrist, elbow, and forearm pain. Your muscles and tendons may become sore from excessive strain. Lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow, is the swelling or tearing of the tendons that bend your wrist backward away from your palm. Golfer’s elbow is a form of tendonitis that causes pain and inflammation in the tendons that connect the forearm to the elbow.
Why is the Bullseye Elbow Strap better?
We created the Bullseye Elbow Strap because the other products on the market do not provide the focused support people need for their lateral or medial epicondylitis pain. Whether you are suffering from tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow, the innovative design of the Bullseye Elbow Strap features a molded silicone pad for targeted compression and the ability to easily apply therapeutic massage to the affected area.
Common Causes of lateral or medial epicondylitis pain:
- Sports such as tennis, raquetball, golf, baseball, football, basketball, rowing, weightlifting, boxing, volleyball, & yoga
- Work related pain often associated with painters, carpenters, plumbers, bricklayers, hairstylists, photographers, cooks, office workers, & lumberjacks
- Hobbies like knitting, crocheting, leatherworking, sewing, woodworking, metalworking, painting, & model building
- Easy to Position and Adjust: Bullseye’s silicone pad makes it easy for patients to properly don our Elbow Strap
- Therapeutic Massage: Patients can intuitively apply soothing massage by gently pressing on the center of the silicone pad. Deep tissue massage has been proven to help speed healing of tendinitis
- Moisture-Wicking Fabrics: Our combination of spacer fabric padding with an ultra-soft face wicks sweat away from skin and keeps the strap comfortable when worn for extended periods of time
- Unique shape of silicone pad: Applies gentle targeted compression without causing tourniquet affect or damage to the radial nerve