The 9 Best Tennis Elbow Braces
This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in February of 2017. Tennis elbow is no fun, whether you developed it the traditional way by swinging a racket too many times or from some other repetitive motion. Fortunately, relief from this painful and limiting condition can be simple if diagnosed early by a doctor. One common treatment is to wear a brace or sleeve, and we've found a variety of high-quality choices to get you back on the court in no time. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
August 21, 2020:
The basic choice for treating tennis elbow remains a supportive strap or a compression sleeve. The Dash Sport Targeted Band takes the top spot for providing one of each type that can be used together, and are high-quality enough to be used alone.
For this update, we added the Mueller Adjustable because it combines some of the benefits of an adjustable strap and a compression sleeve. This option fits around the elbow, and while the straps at the top and bottom mean it isn't as sleek as a compression sleeve, users can get a higher lever of pressure that is lacking in a sleeve. Under the supervision of your doctor or physical therapist,
April 05, 2019:
When it comes to treating tennis elbow, most athletes will choose supportive compression, a strap that applies pressure directly to the tendon, or a combination of both.
We placed the Copper Recovery Sleeve at the top of the list users feel comfortable wearing it on and off the court, reminding them of their injury and offering round the clock compression. The simple Play Active Sports strap took a high spot for being effective and budget-friendly with 2 straps of each size included in case one gets stretched out, as inevitably happens with frequent use of any adjustable item.