- Adjustable design allows you to determine how much pressure is needed to relieve the pain of Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow
- Soft, foam-lined non-slip material means you never have to over tighten to keep it in place - so you will never cut off circulation
- Add the thin or thick pads to adjust the amount of compression needed for pain-free elbow motion
- Design Line™ cover adds a touch of fashion, while preventing hooks closures from catching on your clothing
- Hand or machine washable; latex free
Watch the 3pp Elbow POP Video
Wear: Recommended for day time wear. There is no restriction on length of wearing time. Avoid over stretching the strap.Please monitor your circulation and sensation carefully. Remove or loosen your Elbow POP Wrap if you experience skin discoloration, temperature change or tingling sensations.
How to Wear this Splint: 3pp Elbow POP Splint Instructions
Care: Hand or machine wash in a small mesh laundry bag. To prevent snags, close the Velcro when washing. Lay flat to air dry. Frequent washing will extend the lifespan of the product.
Fabric: Nylon and spandex; Polyurethane foam; 100% Latex free
I don’t play tennis or golf but I have pain around my elbow when I lift things or when I am holding up anything heavy. Will this splint help?
You can have what is commonly called Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow even if you have never lifted a racquet or a golf club. The tendons and muscles in your elbow can be irritated or injured by any repetitive tasks including lifting heavy items, painting overhead or simply carrying heavy bags. The Elbow POP is designed to apply pressure over these tendons and muscles by applying pressure pads where you feel the pain and lets you decide how much pressure you need to relieve your pain. The Elbow POP only applies pressure under the pad, not all the way around your arm so it never compromises circulation.
Please note : The longer you have experienced pain or the more often it returns, the more important it is to see your doctor or a therapist for a proper diagnosis and treatment program. A splint can be very helpful but is only one part of effective treatment.
How tight should the Elbow POP be?
The Elbow POP base sleeve should be applied around your arm with just enough pressure to hold it in place. You should feel pressure over the pain point when you make a fist and move your hand up and down but it should NOT be so tight that you can’t move comfortably. If you feel any tingling in your hand or fingers or feel as your something is “squeezing” your arm, loosen the strap.
Should I use the thinner or the thicker pad?
In general, if you have small, thin arms, you will use the 1/8” pad. If your arms are more muscular or heavier, you are more likely to use the 1/4” pad to feel the proper amount of pressure.
What is the difference between the Elbow POP and the Elbow Wrap?
Both the Elbow POP and the Elbow Wrap are designed to let you apply pressure only where it’s needed, over the tendons and muscles that are irritated or injured. The key difference between the two splints is the Elbow Wrap uses two straps to apply the pressure and the Elbow POP employs foam pressure pads and a strap. The truth is that the Elbow POP is a newer design that we think is a bit easier to apply without losing the function and pain relief the Elbow Wrap has always been known for.
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