Elbow Strap

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Compression support that helps relieve elbow pain due to tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) or golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis). Features a unique silicone ring for easy location and soothing self-massage at the site of pain.

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Therapeutic Elbow Relief

We created the Bullseye Elbow Strap because other products currently available in the marketplace did not provide the effective, focused support needed for lateral or medial epicondylitis pain. The result is a highly effective strap for those suffering from either tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow. Our innovative design features a molded silicone ring for targeted compression and the ability to easily apply therapeutic massage to the affected area to relieve pain and speed healing.


  • Easy to Position and Adjust: Bullseye’s unique silicone ring makes it easy to properly position our elbow strap while the D-ring makes it easy to adjust on-the-fly
  • Therapeutic Massage: You can intuitively apply soothing massage by gently pressing on the center of the silicone ring. Deep tissue massage has been proven to help speed healing of tendinitis.
  • Slip Resistant: No brace for tennis elbow can function if it slips down the arm during use. Our soft silicone ring provides just the right amount of grip to comfortably keep our tennis elbow brace in place.
  • Targeted Compression: Bullseye’s epicondylitis brace applies gentle targeted compression without causing a tourniquet effect
  • All Day Comfort: Our combination of spacer fabric padding with an ultra-soft face wicks sweat away from skin and keeps the strap comfortable when worn for extended periods of time
  • Low Profile: Many braces intended for elbow tendonitis are bulky. Bullseye’s low profile design is so sleek, it’s barely noticeable under long sleeves.

Common Causes of Lateral and Medial Epicondylitis

  • Sports such as tennis, racquetball, golf, baseball, football, basketball, rowing, weightlifting, boxing, volleyball, and yoga
  • Work related pain often associated with painters, carpenters, plumbers, bricklayers, hairstylists, photographers, cooks, office workers, and lumberjacks
  • Hobbies like knitting, crocheting, leatherworking, sewing, woodworking, metalworking, painting, and model building


Tennis Elbow vs Golfer’s Elbow

Bullseye Elbow Strap shown for tennis elbow vs. golfer's elbowIt’s easy to confuse tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) and golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis). Both conditions are common forms of tendonitis (AKA tendinitis) that:

    • Are overuse injuries, caused by repetitive motions involving your arm and wrist
    • Result from damage to the tendons that attach your forearm muscles to the bone at your elbow
    • Can cause inflammation of the tendons and cause pain in the elbow region

Despite their similarities, they differ in the location of the pain: Tennis elbow hurts on the lateral or outside of the elbow, while golfer’s elbow hurts on the medial or inside of the elbow. It’s important to visit your doctor to accurately assess your elbow and enact proper treatment.

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