Elbow Sleeve Features:
- Support and compression for to diminish forearm pain
- Medical-grade, physician-designed
- High-tech fabric provides full range of motion
- Machine washable
- Stays in place
Elbow Compression Support Uses
The Body Helix Full Elbow Helix provides support and compression for forearm pain associated with tendonitis or muscle strain, offering protection for the elbow as well as for the biceps, triceps and forearm muscles and tendons. This extremely comfortable Elbow Helix compression sleeve is excellent for Golfer’s Elbow (medial epicondylitis) and Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis), as well as distal biceps and triceps injuries or proximal forearm injuries associated with the forearm pain. The Elbow Helix provides a moderate level of support to the joint and the attached structures.
Unlike outdated forearm sleeves, the Body Helix material has incredible stretch and elasticity. The Full Elbow Helix diminishes or eliminates forearm pain from tendonitis and other overuse injuries and inflammation while still allowing full range of motion.
The Full Elbow Helix is also an ideal forearm sleeve for injury prevention during contact sports, providing protection and compression to the upper arm, elbow and forearm
Body Helix uses the latest advances in fabric science to make straps, wraps, braces and tape obsolete. The Full Elbow Helix offers medical-grade compression that stays in place, even while you serve, volley, throw, hit, punch, and lift.
The Full Elbow Helix utilises Form Fit Technology and is made from our Super Stretch or Cool Stretch material. The incredible stretch and elasticity of a Body Helix wrap sleeve means it fits comfortably over the elbow and allows for a complete bend of the joint. Most users find that our product will not “bunch up’” in the crease of the elbow and can be worn for hours without the discomfort caused by other braces and sleeves. The product will not absorb excess water, bacteria, or odours, and it can be washed after every wear.
Measuring the size of your elbow sleeve
It is very important to measure your biceps 1-2 inches above the crease in the elbow (antecubital fossa) with a straight arm in order to get the proper fit for your compression sleeve. Please do not measure your forearm. “What size should I get if I am right in the middle?” As a general rule, there is increased comfort when the Helix is selected on body structure. If you are a lean, muscular athlete, you will want the smaller of the two sizes. If you are not quite so lean, the larger of the two sizes will be slightly more comfortable. However, we have athletes who do not fit the general rule but prefer a smaller or larger size based purely on comfort.