People managing an outer elbow injury, more commonly called tennis elbow, can expect to feel a dull ache, tenderness, or a burning feeling in the elbow itself, but the pain may spread to or be experienced solely in the wrist, fingers, or neck. Injured people will often report pain in the outside or lateral part of the arm, pain in the back of the forearm, elbow pain when straightening the arm, or pain when lifting the arm. The elbow bone might appear swollen or inflamed, and it may be difficult or painful to grip objects, lift items, or make minute movements, such as typing or turning a screwdriver.
The RapidForce® L Shape (outer left arm) and Reverse L Shape (outer right arm) are designed to help reduce outer elbow pain. The L Shape’s central core is placed atop the area with the most pain, and the two arms are stretched outward, creating dynamic structural support.Application Instructions
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Disclaimer: Please see your medical professional with any kind of pain. Pain could be an indication of a serious condition. RapidForce® Shapes are not meant to replace professional medical advice, professional treatment, or a professional treatment plan.