You may be wondering why you need an Elbow Brace or Elbow Support. Just off the top of our head, we can come up with three reasons why.
- Just suck it up and deal with the pain. This is both a lost phase and idea and has been for many years. Repetitive injuries, like tennis elbow occur because, well because of the use of the same muscles and joints over and over. If you are already having pain then it’s most likely because you are doing something in this fashion and you are probably looking up what to do for the pain. Great start, and now we can help you to fix the issue now and avoid another in the future. Realize that the pain that comes along with these types of injuries will be difficult to eliminate while continuing to use the elbow. If you have not reached that stage yet, great. Now would be the time to add a Tennis Elbow Brace to avoid creating an injury. By adding strength and support that the joint needs it you will be able to compete relaxed, which will also help avoid creating an injury.
- We deal with athletes of all skill levels. It is our job to understand what you need and iterate a solution for you. In the case of non professional athletes that it is important to understand that the amount of preparedness you do for any given activity will be directly proportional to the amount of risk you are exposing yourself to. Proper stretching and care during activities go a long way at avoiding risk. I am guessing you will not have a professional athletic trainer available to fulfill the need of joint reinforcement. This is why finding the proper tennis elbow brace, knee brace or back brace can mean going home and actually being able to get out of your car and into the house.
- But why Mueller Sports Medicine, Inc? We are a company dedicated to supplying the best there is. We are worldwide for a reason, we are good and we care. Whether you are an athletic trainer, coach or an athlete we can aide you in solutions for any issues your body may encounter. We work endlessly to understand athlete needs, from the weekend warrior to the Olympic champion. There is one thing in common at both ends of that spectrum, when the body is hurt, skill level is not the reason why.