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Tennisarm / Tenniselbow Epicondylitis

Suffering from a tennisarm/tenniselbow? If so, then take a look at our assortment of products that will help you with this disorder. Tested and selected by our Medical Team. Prefer additional information? Feel free to read on, we're more than happy to explain it to you.

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Do you suffer from a tennis arm of tennis elbow? The tennis arm braces belong to best tennis arm support or tennis elbow support of the moment. After a long search at different suppliers for tennis arm braces at home and abroad, these tennis arm supports were finally chosen. We only offer a tennis arm support that has been tested as the best by our patients and (top) athletes. In our practices we have years of experience in testing all types of tennis arm and tennis elbow braces and you can now benefit from that! 

 

Discover the beste tennis arm support and tennis elbow support of the moment!

 

The tennis elbow supports below meet the highest quality requirements and are seen as the best tennis arm supports of the moment. So stop the pain and experience the difference at Podobrace! 

 

What is a tennis arm or tennis elbow?

 

A tennis arm or tennis elbow is also called epicondylitis lateralis humeri. 

Definition of a tennis arm: Epicondylitis lateralis is a painful tendopathalogy of the common finger and wrist extensors at the lateral epicondyle. Accompanied by degenerative changes and fibrovascular hyperplasie ( also known as angiofibroblastic tendinosis). It is a combined tendon attachment of muscles that move the hand in the direction of the back of the hand. 

 

Symptoms of a tennis arm: 

 

  • Pain on the outside of the elbow                 
  • Pain in the elbow that can radiate to the forearm, wrist an hand
  • Loss of strength with in particular a stretched out elbow 
  • Sometimes a swollen forearm that feels hard 
  • Sometimes pain when stretching the wrist (elbow stretched and the hand moving in the direction of the palm of the hand) 
  • Sometimes there are also golfer elbow complaints on the same arm
  • A tennis arm on both arms occurs at 10% of the patients

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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