Push Med Epi Elbow Braces
- Pain relief of tennis or golfer's elbow.
Push med Elbow Brace Epi reduces the pain of tennis or golfer's elbow.
The pressure pad ensures that pressure is directed to the extensors (in
the case of tennis elbow) or the flexors (in the case of golfer's arm)
of the wrist. This relieves the tendon insertion of these muscles on the
elbow. The pad consists of a skin-compatible viscoelastic polymer. A
c-shaped shell ensures evenly distributed pressure around the arm and
prevents the restriction of blood flow. The good anatomical fit and the
pad material help the position of the brace to be maintained during
movements. The brace can easily be fitted with one hand around the
brace is made of Sympress™, a high-quality comfortable material. The
use of microfibres makes the inside feel soft and keeps the skin dry.
The Push med Elbow Brace Epi is easy to apply and can be washed without
- Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
- Golfer's elbow (medial epicondylitis)
PUSH HAVE AN ATTRACTIVE RANGE CLASSIFIED AS: CARE, MED, ORTHO - FOR DIFFERENT INDICATIONS.
PUSH CARE is intended for those whose everyday freedom of movement is restricted due to a slight injury or disorder. Each product has a high degree of effectiveness, comfort and quality. Push care guarantees pain relief and improves the sense of stability by adjusting compression. It is easy to use.
PUSH MED guarantees solutions for the treatment and prevention of injuries on the locomotor apparatus. Push med relieves possible pain, thus allowing an increase to the physical ability of the joint to function under stress. Mechanical support, adjustable compression and a good fit combine to ensure this.
PUSH ORTHO is used for complaints or reduced function of the locomotor apparatus. Adequate mechanical support is key. Push ortho can play an important role in cases of repositioning and stabilisation thus compensating for loss of normal function.
Arm - the free upper extremity is divided into upper arm (brachium), forearm (antebrachium) and hand(manus). The arm is the human body part with the greatest mobility of all, which is based on the construction of the shoulder joint.