Lateral Epicondylitis, or Tennis Elbow, is an injury of the forearm tendons that attach to the elbow at the lateral epicondyle. It is an overuse injury occurring after repetitive motion of the hand and wrist, similar to playing tennis. Although it is referred to as Tennis Elbow, the injury is certainly not limited to athletes. The inflamed tendons cause pain and stiffness at the elbow, making daily activities difficult. BioSkin Elbow Braces are designed to alleviate this pain with medical-grade compression and adjustable gel pads and straps. Compression increases blood flow to the area, speeding recovery and relieving pain.
Lateral Epicondylitis, or Tennis Elbow, is an inflammation of the forearm tendon that attaches to the elbow at the lateral epicondyle. Targeted pressure on the tendon adjusts the position of the tendon and decreases pain.