Golfers Elbow, Tennis Elbow, tendonitis, chronic exertional compartment syndrome, nerve entrapment: there are countless potential soft-tissue causes for elbow pain. No matter what the cause, however, elbow pain can be surprisingly debilitating, especially for anyone participating in a grip-intensive sport or manual work as elbow pain can affect, grip strength, arm mobility, and weight bearing capacity. Want to lift, throw, grip, or swing anything? Well then, you will need a pain-free elbow.
When we developed the 4ARM STRONG, our goal was to help motocross riders combat and prevent arm pump. For this original use, we found the device to have incredible success rates. But it didn’t take long for us to start noticing other benefits of the device that extended well beyond motocross. There are thousands of people out there that could benefit for the device’s unique ability to increase grip strength, and most importantly, reduce elbow pain. This is because many causes of elbow pain, especially soft-tissue related pain, originate in the muscles of the forearm.
The 4ARM STRONG helps supercharge traditional forearm stretching exercises through a method that borrows concepts from Active Release Techniques, a popular soft-tissue therapy commonly used to treat chronic pain. It pins the muscles of the forearm in their shortest position during the stretch maximizing its effects. These supercharged stretches target many of the root causes of elbow pain, and as a result, use of the 4ARM STRONG can greatly reduce a wide variety of elbow pain symptoms.
One common form of elbow pain is golfer’s elbow. Golfer’s elbow is a form of tendonitis caused by the inflammation of the tendons where they attach to the boney bump on the inside of your elbow. While this condition is associated with golfers, it’s quite common among other user groups including tennis players, baseball players, manual laborers, and more. Golfer’s elbow is caused by overuse or overexertion of the forearm muscles especially the ones used for grip, forearm rotation, or flexing of the wrist.
The most common treatment for Golfers Elbow is rest, but because Golfer’s Elbow is caused in part by your forearm muscles, the 4ARM STRONG can help relieve the pain and symptoms associated with Golfer’s Elbow. To treat the symptoms of Golfer’s Elbow, simply put on the 4ARM STRONG, aligning the device over the muscles on the inside of your forearm and execute the recommended stretches. Because the 4ARM STRONG is a self-therapy device, the treatment for golfer's elbow can easily be administered daily or as needed.
4ARM STRONG is especially effective as a preventative tool for elbow pain and injuries. Using it before warming up for your favorite physical activities has shown to be especially effective at decreasing the likelihood of developing elbow pain and golfer’s elbow.
Like golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow is a form of tendonitis. It’s caused by inflammation of the tendons where they attach to the boney bump on the outside of the elbow. And like golfers elbow, tennis elbow is caused by overuse and repetitive motion of the forearm, often the flex of the wrist toward the top of your forearm.
Though it’s called tennis elbow, the affliction is extremely common across a diverse group of people. It’s especially common among tradesmen like painters, plumbers, carpenters, and more. If you’ve ever painted a large part of your own house, you probably felt some of the early symptoms of tennis elbow, including a tight, swollen feeling on the outside of your forearm and elbow.
Like many causes for elbow pain, the root of the problem of tennis elbow often originates in the forearm. Because the root cause of the pain is in the forearm, you can use the 4ARM STRONG Device to relieve symptoms. By pinning the muscles of the outside of the forearm with the device and executing the recommended stretches, the user can experience almost immediate pain relief. Regular use of the device as recommended has proven to be an effective treatment for tennis elbow in hundreds of users.
The 4ARM STRONG Device works even better as a preventative therapy for tennis elbow. If you’re an athlete, regular use of this device within your warmup routine can greatly decrease your chances of developing elbow pain caused by tennis elbow.
There are plenty of other, less well-known causes for elbow pain that can effectively be treated with the 4ARM STRONG Device. This is because using the device improves overall forearm function, creates space in the forearm compartment by loosening muscle fascia, decreases swelling, and allows for better blood flow throughout the forearm. If your forearm is the machine, the 4ARM STRONG is the oil. Using the device helps the entire mechanism to function at the highest levels.
The ulnar nerve runs around the outside of your elbow and along the ulna, the bone on the outside of your forearm. This nerve can become compressed or pinched at any point in the forearm causing pain in the elbow or even carpal tunnel-like symptoms. We recommend using the 4ARM STRONG Device in a similar fashion as when treating carpal tunnel syndrome to treat this nerve entrapment. Additionally, you can run through all of the recommended exercises to further relieve pain or numbness symptoms caused by ulnar nerve entrapment (also called Cubital Tunnel Syndrome).
The 4ARM STRONG device allows you to self administer soft-tissue therapy to your forearm. It’s like having your own in-house massage and soft tissue therapist. Regular use of the device offers similar results to targeted soft tissue therapy administered by a trained professional. For the price of one to two visits to a soft tissue therapist, you can have the 4ARM STRONG Device for personal use every day.
This device has helped thousands of people improve symptoms of elbow pain caused by golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, tendonitis, nerve entrapment, and more. If you’re struggling with soft-tissue related elbow pain, you owe it to yourself to try the 4ARM STRONG.
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