TheraBand FlexBar, Tennis Elbow Therapy Bar, Relieve Tendonitis Pain & Improve Grip Strength, Resistance Bar for Golfers Elbow & Tendinitis, Green, Medium, Intermediate

December 16, 2018 - Comment

TheraBand FlexBar exerciser is a flexible, durable resistance device with a ridged surface for enhanced grip during use. It is used to improve grip strength and upper extremity stabilization by bending, twisting, or oscillation movement. It has been research-proven effective for Tennis Elbow, offering a cost-effective treatment that requires no injection or expensive equipment. Product

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TheraBand FlexBar exerciser is a flexible, durable resistance device with a ridged surface for enhanced grip during use. It is used to improve grip strength and upper extremity stabilization by bending, twisting, or oscillation movement. It has been research-proven effective for Tennis Elbow, offering a cost-effective treatment that requires no injection or expensive equipment.

Product Features

  • TheraBand FlexBar Green is ideal for those suffering from tennis elbow pain, looking to increase flexibility and range of motion, and to strengthen the elbow, wrist, forearm, and hand
  • Clinically researched and proven to reduce elbow pain by 81% and increase strength in the tendons by 72% in tennis elbow patients, Tyler Twist with FlexBar is simple and works
  • Ridged design is easy to grip and twist for elbow, wrist, forearm and hand rehabilitation and strengthening, lateral epicondylitis therapy, great for musicians, painters and gardeners
  • FlexBar is portable and convenient exercise, rehab, and injury prevention equipment, packaging includes detailed exercise instructions
  • 12″ long, 1 3/4″ diameter, made from dry natural rubber, takes 15 pounds of force to bend to a U-shape

Comments

Anonymous says:

Miracle cure for tennis elbow! After months of trying the traditional treatment of ice, rest, and NSAIDs for lateral epicondylitis (“tennis elbow”), and finding no relief, I searched for physical therapy exercises and came across the “Tyler Twist” that uses the Thera-Band Flexbar.All I can say is that it’s a miracle cure. By the time I built up to doing 15 repetitions (which took about a week), the symptoms were almost gone.One caveat: I’m a reasonably strong guy, so I ordered the Medium (green). In hindsight, I should have started with the Red (light). For anyone who is elderly or who has weak muscles, the Extra Light (yellow) would be even better.

Anonymous says:

Works well, but stick with it or the pain will return I had persistent, occasionally severe pain from golfers elbow for years. I’m a fairly heavy weight lifter and play quite a bit of tennis. Long periods of rest did not help, and braces / bands didn’t do much besides help manage the pain. After using this (primarily doing the reverse twist) for ~3 weeks, the pain went down by 80%. After another 3-4 weeks it was completely gone. I stopped using the bar for a couple months and the pain started to resurface, so now i just make it a habit to do this while watching TV for a few minutes almost every day and the pain hasn’t returned.

Anonymous says:

when doing things like pullups or chinups Am 45 and consider myself very fit. Started doing calisthenics, which is basically more body weight exercises, mid last year. Not sure if age or weakness in that area or what, but began developing golfers elbow in my left elbow in Feb but did not know it at the time, just tried to work through it. By April I could no longer grip the bar to do anything with my left hand with out a severe amount of pain, 9/10 on a 10 scale, when doing things like pullups or chinups. Learned of the Flexbar in March, but did not order till Apr. Tried doing other things 1st. I stopped doing exercises altogether that required me to grip things and instead modified my workouts by using bands to work my biceps, triceps, and back. After about 2 weeks from when I received my FlexBar I began using the red bar and did the exercises listed for golfers elbow as often as possible, in excess, for 2 weeks, then the green bar for 2 weeks, and now I am on the blue bar. I still have pain but it now is at 2/3/4 when I…

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