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Platinum Magnetic Elbow Support Features:

  • Eases pain and swelling
  • Great for arthritis, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, bursitis
  • Ideal for sprains, repetitive strain and bone injuries
  • Speeds up the healing process
  • Improves flexibility and joint function

Therion Platinum MTR Magnetic Elbow Support Specifications:

  • Size: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
  • Support Material: Thermal Reactive breathable neoprene
  • Number of Magnets: 18
  • Type of Magnet: Neodymium, Anisotropic Ceramic
  • Includes: One (1) Elbow Support, care instructions
  • Important: Magnetic therapy products should not be used
    • If you have an implanted electro-medical device such as a pacemaker, defibrillator, or insulin pump
    • If you are pregnant
    • Over an open or bleeding wound
    • On any body area that has received a localized cortisone injection until at least two weeks after the injection

For Proper Size: Measure around your forearm, 2" below your elbow

Elbow Support Size Forearm Measurement
Small 9"-10"
Medium 10.25"-11.25"
Large 11.5"-12.5"
X-Large 12.75"-13.75"

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Therion Platinum MTR Magnetic Elbow Support

SKU: A13683x

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The Therion Platinum MTR Magnetic Elbow Support is ideal for users with moderate to high levels of pain in and around the elbow. Easy to adjust and comfortable to wear, this elbow support provides the right amount of compression to relieve pain and swelling due to arthritis, bursitis, repetitive strain, tennis or golfer's elbow and bone injuries.