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14 minutes ago, gjunkie57 said:

I have just been diagnosed. I need to play with a splint.  Any recommendations? 

I found the best thing is just a compression sleeve over the affected area. It is easier to put on that anything with straps or velcro. The hardest part is finding the right fit. If you have a sporting goods store nearby, go a try a few. 

I also found that it didn't need to go over the elbow, just compress the affected area. And remember to ice afterwards.

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I have used something like this and it worked for me. I like that I can adjust the tightness/pressure and pinpoint the location. I tried elbow sleeves before but it was either not compressive enough or it restricted my movement.

Tennis Elbow Brace for Elbow Tendonitis (2 PCS) with Compression Pad, Prevent Fishing, Elbow Pain Relief, Includes Two Adjustable Elbow Support Braces https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QNPMHKW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_izL8DbE4P669G

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  • iacas changed the title to Golfers Elbow - Any Recommendations for Elbow Splint?

I used a theraband flexbar, weights, stretching, gentle massage, and working with a great PT. I also used blood flow restriction therapy.

 And I know this next one is for tennis elbow but strengthening the entire forearm is going to help.

IMO the best thing is to see a great physical therapist to walk you through this though, someone who is up to date on the latest treatment methods. I currently do not have any symptoms and hit balls yesterday without any pain there. Pain emotionally yes but not in the medial epicondyle 😄

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