TheraBand FlexBar, Tennis Elbow Therapy Bar, ...

January 21, 2020 - Comment

TheraBand FlexBar exerciser is a flexible, durable resistance device with a ridged surface for enhanced grip during use. It is used to improve grip strength and upper extremity stabilization by bending, twisting, or oscillation movement. It has been research-proven effective for Tennis Elbow, offering a cost-effective treatment that requires no injection or expensive equipment. Product

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TheraBand FlexBar exerciser is a flexible, durable resistance device with a ridged surface for enhanced grip during use. It is used to improve grip strength and upper extremity stabilization by bending, twisting, or oscillation movement. It has been research-proven effective for Tennis Elbow, offering a cost-effective treatment that requires no injection or expensive equipment.

Product Features

  • TheraBand FlexBar Yellow is ideal for wrist, forearm and hand rehabilitation, lateral epicondylitis therapy, and neuromuscular re-education after injury
  • Clinically researched and proven to reduce elbow pain by 81% and increase strength in the tendons by 72% in tennis elbow patients, Tyler Twist with FlexBar is simple and works
  • Ridged design is easy to grip and twist for elbow, wrist, forearm and hand rehabilitation and strengthening
  • FlexBar is portable and convenient exercise, rehab, and injury prevention equipment, packaging includes detailed exercise instructions
  • 12″ long, 1 3/8″ diameter, made from dry natural rubber, takes 6 pounds of force to bend to a U-shape

Comments

Anonymous says:

It works for tennis elbow I definitely works if you have the patience to use it correctly everyday. I have chronic tennis elbow as bad as anyone, steady persistent work with this has relieved it greatly. But it does take time, like any good physical therapy if you don’t do it or think that the exercises are silly and won’t help then it won’t work. Some want to go right away to the bigger flex bars thinking they will do more good. But it is the little extensor muscles that attach near the lateral epicondyle that…

Anonymous says:

Work Your Wrist Differently One of the more versatile wrist/elbow/shoulder exerciser. I appreciated the booklet that contained a number of exercises — and assumed if I register with Thera-Band Acacademy website I’d be able to see all the other exercises possible with the Flexbar.A difference I see compared to the usual wrist strengthening exercises using resistance bands, is that you get to use your grip while giving your wrist a workout.What sets the Flexbar apart are the four exercises included…

Anonymous says:

Saved me twice! Used it a few years back for tennis elbow and it worked.Recently my elbows began to hurt from doing bicep curls.I used it for two weeks daily 4 sets for 30 seconds with a 30rest between sets and it worked for me again.All it really does is get the blood flowing in and out of the elbowwhich is the best way to heal……it has saved me twice from twodifferent problems.

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