Elastoplast Sport Tennis Elbow Support With Strap

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Elastoplast Sport Tennis Elbow Support helps relieve symptoms of epicondylitis (better known as Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow) by stabilising the forearm. Provides localised compression and warmth that aids general pain and tenderness in the forearm and elbow.

Ideal when participating in activities requiring a strong grip or active finger movement as either a treatment or prevention. Moisture releasing material provides comfort throughout the day and an adjustable hook-and-loop fastener enables a custom fit. Suitable for both the left and right elbow.

Using a brace for tennis elbow is a common method for pain prevention, but it’s important to remember this is best used as supplementary to professional medical advice. 


  • Elastic support for weak or injured elbows
  • Targeted relief from forearm pain
  • Adjustable fit can be worn all day
  • Can also help with tendonitis
  • To Fit Sizes Range: 18cm – 36cm


Step 1 - Pull fastener through buckle, with the tendon pad cushion against skin.

Step 2 - With the fastener facing out, position tendon pad cushion below the elbow towards outer forearm.

Step 3 - Tighten the strap until the fit is snug, yet comfortable.

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.


Will an elbow brace help tendonitis/tennis elbow?

Yes, an elbow brace for tennis elbow (epicondylitis) and tendonitis will help relieve pain and increase mobility. Depending on your circumstances, a wrist brace may also help manage discomfort from tendonitis or tennis elbow. Be sure to consult your doctor for advice.