Arm Supports & Elbow Supports

An arm support or elbow support is a great option for anybody suffering from symptoms of painful elbow conditions, including elbow tendonitis, golfer's elbow, and tennis elbow. Here at PhysioRoom, our elbow sleeves work to reduce inflammation and swelling, and help get you back to full health in no time.

Compex Anaform Arm Elbow Sleeve Support
£7.29 Was: £29.99
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Compex Bionic Elbow Support Brace
£17.59 Was: £29.99
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Compression Arm Sleeve
£2.99 Was: £6.42
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PhysioRoom Compression Elbow Support - Grey
£9.19 Was: £13.49
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days

Unless you're in terrible pain it's usually not necessary to sleep in an elbow support. It's a good time to air the skin and prevent bacteria under the support from building up. Sometimes, a memory foam pillow positioned underneath the arm and wrist can provide sufficient support during the night. This can also prevent the arm "jolting" if you turn over in your sleep.

An elbow brace helps to support the joint and the muscles or tendons that attach to the joint. Often, tendons in the forearm that attach to the bony prominences of the elbow become overworked. By providing support, less pain is felt and the tendons can begin to heal.

Compression sleeves help to improve circulation throughout the muscles of the arm. They can also help reduce the inflammation, pain and swelling that can occur with tendonitis. Compression arm sleeves can also help aid recovery. This is especially after sports or activities that use the arms repetitively. Compression sleeves can also provide support for an effective injury prevention strategy.

Compression sleeves can help to provide support and warmth to the elbow area, while also improving blood circulation to help reduce inflammation. This can be beneficial for Golfer's elbow which often involves overuse of the tendons along the forearm. Wearing compression sleeves during aggravating activities can help to relieve symptoms and help to prevent their onset.

Additionally, applying cold compression, can help to ease pain and reduce swelling in the injured area. In the long term, strengthening the muscles and tendons around the shoulder and forearm can help to prevent reoccurrence of the injury, and core stability training can also help to stabilise movements which cause stress and overload.

Golfer's elbow is often caused by overloading the tendons that run from the elbow to the wrist. These act to flex, rotate and grip with the hand and wrist. These tendons are opposed by the wrist extensors. So rectifying this imbalance can be the long-term solution to relief from Golfers elbow. Performing stretching exercises by bending the wrist back into an extended position can help ease some tension. But it's always a good idea to seek advice from a Chartered Physiotherapist. They can help to identify the individual contributing factors, They can then set a specific strengthening program.

You could modify your technique used for lifting, gripping or rotational activities. This can also help combat symptoms of Golfer's elbow. And wearing a specific elbow support brace can help reduce pain in the short term. Resistance bands and equipment from our hand therapy range can further help to strengthen the muscles of the wrist and forearm.

Elbow Sleeves For Different Sports

Our range of arm supports and elbow supports are perfect for pro and amateur athletes who have been experiencing elbow pain when performing or taking part in their sport. Common sporting elbow injuries include tennis elbow, golf elbow and elbow pain from weight lifting. If you are suffering from any of these, or experience elbow pain when taking part in any other sport, then PhysioRoom's range of arm and elbow supports is for you.

The best elbow brace for tennis elbow should provide compression to the muscles in your forearm, which in turn reduces the pressure on the injured tendon in your elbow. Our range of elbow sleeves provide high levels of compression which makes them a perfect tennis elbow treatment. The difference between tennis elbow and golfer's elbow is what side of the arm and elbow the pain is located. Tennis elbow causes pain and tenderness on the outside of your elbow, whereas golfer's elbow can be felt on the inside. Whichever elbow discomfort you are experiencing, our elbow brace range features high-quality materials and technology which makes them versatile and suitable for multiple injuries. If you are experiencing pain in your elbow or arm when playing sport, be sure to check this range out.

Medical Elbow Supports

Our elbow braces also work to provide comfort and pain relief for common, everyday, non-sport related injuries. Made from durable, yet flexible materials such as neoprene, our elbow sleeves provide fantastic compression, warmth, and support for a whole range of injuries including arthritis, tendonitis, and bursitis. 

These common injuries can often interrupt your daily life, including stopping you from working or doing your favourite activities. Therefore, investing in an elbow brace is a great choice as it will provide the right level of support to help speed up your recovery, but without limiting you or preventing you from doing the things you love.

Arm Supports For Everyday Use

All of the arm sleeves available from PhysioRoom come in a sleek, black design which makes them great for subtle everyday use. You can wear our compression arm sleeves beneath your clothes while at work or out in public and they will blend in seamlessly with your clothes. They are also made from comfortable materials meaning that you can wear them for long periods of time with ease, helping compress the injured area, and speed up the recovery period.

Here at PhysioRoom, we know that going to the gym is also a big part of many people's daily life, and that is why we make sure that all of our compression clothing range can be worn both throughout the day, and at the gym. Providing constant compression and increased blood flow will help you reduce swelling and reduce pain in the injured area, but this will also help you work harder and push your limits when working out for maximum benefits.