Oppo Support Tennis Elbow+Strap Medium
Oppo Support Tennis Elbow+Strap Medium

Oppo Support Tennis Elbow+Strap Medium

£10.25
Tax included
Quantity

  • FREE standard UK delivery on all orders over £40 -
NHS Prescriptions are delivered FREE with standard delivery FREE standard UK delivery on all orders over £40 - NHS Prescriptions are delivered FREE with standard delivery
  • Product featured with circular pad for extra pressure on muscle in the arm or in the wrist
  • Supports to the elbow region in conjunction with reducing of the insertion of the extensor carpi radialis tendon

Description: This product, Oppo Support Tennis Elbow Brace Medium is featured with circular pad that relieved extra pressure on the muscle in the arm or wrist. It is also known for providing full support of elbow region in conjunction with lowering insertion of the extensor carpi radialis tendon. The product featured with adjustable compressive strap helps to lower tension in wrist and finger extensors during gripping.

Direction of Use:

  • Put up the hand into the brace and pull it up to the elbow
  • With position circular pad on the extensor or flexor muscle secure support with the hook and loop strap with desired compression for comfortable fit

Side Effects and Precautions:

  • In case you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredient in the fabric of support, do not use the support at all
  • People that are not comfortable wearing the elbow brace support, can take the support out for some time and wear again later

Ingredients:

  • Measure around the elbow joint, M size: 25.7-28.3cm (10 1/8-11 1/8")
  • 70% Neoprene
  • 15% Nylon
  • 15% Cotton

Each Pack Contains: Medium Oppo Support Tennis Elbow Brace

Storage:

  • Avoid storing the support in moisture prone area
  • Simply store the support at normal room temperature
Oppo
2770121

Reviews

Write your review

Oppo Support Tennis Elbow+Strap Medium

  • Product featured with circular pad for extra pressure on muscle in the arm or in the wrist
  • Supports to the elbow region in conjunction with reducing of the insertion of the extensor carpi radialis tendon

Write your review