Aircast Pneumatic Armband: Tennis/Golfers Elbow Support Strap, Black

January 8, 2019 - Comment

The Aircast Pneumatic Armband contains a single pre-inflated air cell that concentrates compression directly on the extensor muscle, delivering instant relief that doesn’t restrict your movement. The Aircast Pneumatic Armband provides immediate relief for those suffering from acute and chronic injuries affecting the elbow, wrist, forearm, and epicondylitis, which is commonly known as tennis or

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The Aircast Pneumatic Armband contains a single pre-inflated air cell that concentrates compression directly on the extensor muscle, delivering instant relief that doesn’t restrict your movement. The Aircast Pneumatic Armband provides immediate relief for those suffering from acute and chronic injuries affecting the elbow, wrist, forearm, and epicondylitis, which is commonly known as tennis or golfers elbow. The contoured fit coupled with an air cell and soft foam lining make this pneumatic armband ideal for all-day use. It’s versatile for use during both athletic and occupational activities. Universal fit allows the Aircast Pneumatic Armband to be worn on either the left or the right arm. One size fits most.

Product Features

  • Provides immediate relief for those suffering from acute and chronic injuries affecting the elbow, wrist, forearm, and epicondylitis
  • A single pre-inflated air cell concentrates compression directly on the extensor muscle, delivering instant relief that doesn’t restrict your movement
  • An adjustable strap delivers a customized fit, making this pneumatic armband ideal for all-day use
  • Versatile for use during both athletic and occupational activities; Non-slip foam lining adds function and comfort
  • Universal fit allows the Aircast Pneumatic Armband to be worn on either the left or the right arm; One size fits most

Comments

Anonymous says:

air bubble compress, fell out 1st use this bubble is crucial to the band working, and if it can fall out so easily, and i have no idea where it fell out, i wore it to work i cant check, nor did i think i needed to check to see if it was there. so now i have a useless band. i would like another air compressor and glue if it i have to, coz i can’t return due to the sellers rules. which i didn’t even know was a thing here on amazon. it is the 1st time i have been unable to return anything. i will be sure to check in future and will…

Anonymous says:

Not for the small of arm Does this splint help with either golfers’ or tennis elbow tendinitis? Probably. In theory it will position just as well over either tendon of either arm. I can see the potential for it to help a lot of people. The stitching was fine, the air pillow was inflated, etc.The problem I had–and the reason for my down-grading–is that I have really skinny arms, maybe just a hair over 8″, below the elbow, where this band would be used. Apparently this is functionally below the limits…

Anonymous says:

Works when others don’t. Even though I saw this when my elbow first got hurt, I skipped over this one. I didn’t want the little airbag sticking out of my sleeve. Bought one that looked nicer, seemed better built, and even after the closed reduction procedure and was released to get away from full brace, still used the other brace. Which, wasn’t working at all. The physical therapist recommended this one, The day it came in, I was wearing the other brace, still having same pain, and within a couple of hours after…

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