Elastoplast Sport Adjustable Wrist Support

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Elastoplast Sport Adjustable Wrist Support provides stability and compression for weak or injured wrists. Ideal for recovery from mild sprains and strains or the treatment of carpel tunnel syndrome. Works as a wrist brace to limit motion – protecting tender wrists and preventing further injury.

Soft and breathable material means Elastoplast Adjustable Wrist Support can be worn all day while remaining comfortable. Adjustable straps provide a customized fit while also making the wrist brace easier to put on and take off. The slimline design fits under clothing on the left or right wrist.


  • To Fit Sizes Range: Adjustable
  • Strong support for weak or injured wrists
  • Stabilises and restricts wrist movement
  • Soft and breathable material
  • Velcro adjustable for the perfect fit


Step 1 - Turn the palm of the hand face-up. Place the cushioned pad on the wrist with the fastener facing up. Wrap thew bottom strap firmly around the wrist and attach the fastener.

Step 2 - Wrap the second strap in the same direction. Attach the fastener to the support, adjusting the strap to the desired comfort.

Step 3 - Adjust tension to desired comfort and support

Note: Seek medical advice if in any doubt about your injury


Wear during activities that lead to discomfort. Seek medical advice if in doubt about the injury. Only use on clean, intact skin. The product should be applied as illustrated. Ensure product is not uncomfortably tight and blood flow is not restricted. Avoid wearing for prolonged periods e.g. whilst sleeping. Do not use if you have a known allergy to any of the specified materials. Consult a physician and stop use if a rash develops, pain is prolonged or if conditions worsen.


1. Will a wrist brace help tennis elbow/tendonitis/ganglion cyst/carpel tunnel?

Yes, wrist braces can help with all those ailments in different ways. A wrist brace supports the tendons between the wrist and elbow by immobilizing the wrist, resulting in relief from the symptoms of tennis elbow and carpel tunnel syndrome. It can also be helpful for relieving the pressure felt from tendonitis and ganglion cysts in the wrist. It’s important to remember a wrist brace is a supplementary relief measure, not a cure for these conditions.