Are you experiencing chronic pain and tightness in your arm – specifically in the area where your forearm connects to your elbow? If you are and you’re not totally sure where this pain came from, you could have a condition that doctors call “lateral epicondylitis.” The rest of us call it tennis elbow.
Tennis elbow, or golfer’s elbow (which is essentially the same thing, but the pain is concentrated on the inside rather than the outside of the elbow), refers to inflammation and minor tearing in the tendons of your forearm, right where the forearm connects to the elbow. The result is chronic pain, discomfort, poor grip and difficulty doing daily tasks, like driving, texting or using a pen. Though the injury is called tennis elbow, few people who have tennis elbow actually get it from playing tennis. The same goes for golf players and golfer’s elbow. Tennis elbow is just an overuse injury that results from repetitive motion. While playing a lot of tennis can certainly give you tennis elbow, so can cooking, painting and carpentry. Any time the delicate tendons that connect the forearm to the elbow are used more often than they should with more pressure than should be applied, inflammation and tearing can result.
While tendon inflammation can be extremely painful, it is a fairly minor injury. Some TLC and rehabilitation are usually sufficient when caring for tennis elbow. The problem? Physical therapy is expensive, doctor’s appointments are extremely time-consuming, and overdoing even over-the-counter painkillers has some rough effects on your liver.
Luckily, there’s the TheraBand Flex Bar. Created specifically for people suffering from tennis and golfer’s elbow, this revolutionary device is easy to use, affordable, portable and – best of all – it really works.
Getting fast relief from your tennis elbow is as easy as gripping the TheraBand Flex Bar, then bending and twisting it to strengthen the muscles in your forearms. When your muscles are feeling tight and tired, use the massage roller feature of the TheraBand Flex Bar to roll out your wrists and forearms. While it might be difficult at first to grip the bar if your tennis elbow is severe enough, after just a few uses, you will begin to see a difference in the quality of your grip, the strength of your wrists, arms and hands, and your range of motion. TheraBand Flex Bar comes in four different resistance strengths adaptable to any fitness level, and it even includes free instructions and video demonstrations of exercises that will quickly, easily and effectively heal your tennis elbow.
It may seem too good to be true, but this product really works. Dozens of five-star reviews prove that TheraBand Flex Bar customers are thrilled to have found the solution to their discomfort. As one customer writes, “I've struggled with tennis elbow for four months. Hundreds of dollars spent on physio appointments, a doctor, ultrasound, painkillers, ice-packs. Friends sick of hearing about my pain. Unable to lift weights at the gym. No relief. No answers. Then I stumbled across the Flex Bar in an online search, and after using for three weeks now, I'm finally starting to see some relief. Slowly but surely. I can now perform tasks without pain. Even texting used to hurt. I highly recommend!”
With a solution as easy and affordable as the TheraBand Flex Bar, there’s no reason to live in pain. Jump-start your tennis elbow treatment by ordering one today – and we’ll get it shipped out to you as soon as possible. It’s just that easy to stop the pain and start living a normal life!