The Incrediwear Elbow Sleeve accelerates and relieves pain for those suffering from acute or chronic elbow injuries and conditions. The Elbow Sleeve can be worn during and after activity to provide pain relief and post-activity recovery. Here’s what makes the Elbow Sleeve so innovative and reliable:
Easy To Wear
Unlike many compression arm sleeves, our Elbow Sleeve is lightweight, low profile, breathable, and flexible, not limiting your range of motion. It’s super comfy against your skin, not causing any irritation, and on top of being worn with short sleeve shirts, it can be used underneath long sleeves in cold weather.
Implements Healing Technology
The fabric is embedded with natural semiconductor elements, which release negative ions into the body upon contact with the skin. This promotes blood flow and increases blood speed in the area, providing the joint with much-needed oxygen and nutrients. This sleeve will provide support and pain relief during activity and help you recover when resting.
The Elbow Sleeves are made in a range of sizes from small to large, so you’ll be sure it will fit just right. It also comes in four different colors to match your style.
- Incrediwear’s signature fabric blend is embedded with semiconductor elements to provide effortless comfort and exceptional durability
- Increases blood flow
- Accelerates recovery
- Relieves pain
- Reduces swelling
- Form-fitting fabric without restricting mobility
- Breathable and moisture wicking fabric
- 3D weave design for effortless comfort 24/7
- 41% Nylon
- 27% Cotton
- 26% Polyester
- 6% Spandex
- 34% Polyester
- 32% Nylon
- 27% Cotton
- 7% Spandex
For best results, wear the Elbow Sleeve to alleviate symptoms associated with:
This condition happens when the tendons and muscles that connect the forearm to the elbow become inflamed due to overuse of the arm. As the name suggests, this condition affects tennis players at a high rate due to the repetition of shots they hit. However, it can happen to anyone.
Golfer’s Elbow is similar to Tennis Elbow. However, it affects the tendons that attach your forearm to the inside of your elbow joint rather than the outside. These tendons are the same ones that control your fingers and wrists, so when you put a lot of repetitive stress on these parts, it can lead to this condition.
A thin, fluid-filled sac called the olecranon bursa covers the elbow’s hard tip. It provides lubrication between soft tissues and bone and usually remains flat. It can become inflamed if it undergoes physical trauma or experiences too much stress.
When the ligaments that connect the upper and lower part of your arm are stretched too forcibly, it can lead to swelling and inflammation.