Tennis Elbow

Magnetic Mobility bracelets use 4in1 elements to reduce the chances of Tennis Elbow limiting your game.

What is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis elbow is a condition that causes pain in your elbow. It is often caused by repetitive movements in your wrist and arm. Tennis elbow can affect up to 3% of people, usually between the ages of 30 and 50.

Despite its name, Tennis players are not the only people who suffer from Tennis Elbow. Jobs that contain repetitive motions of the wrist and arm can often lead to tennis Elbow such as; Dentists, Plumbers, Butchers, Carpenters, Nail technicians, etc.

What causes Tennis Elbow?

Regardless of its name, Tennis actually only causes about 5% of cases. Any repetitive motion can cause Tennis elbow. It is a common injury, but it takes time to heal, and if the repetition continues it causes a vicious cycle. Often it can be caused by work and the motion is unavoidable. In that case exercises can help to strengthen the muscles and supports, and treatments will help to alleviate the pain.

The pain is usually caused by small tears in the muscles in your arm. Usually where your forearm meets your elbow. These small tears put extra pressure on the muscles in your arms which can make it painful to lift and grip things.

Symptoms of Tennis Elbow

The most common symptom is an ache on the outside of your elbow. Over time this ache can become a constant pain.

You may notice pain when:

  • Lifting or bending your arm
  • Twisting your forearm when opening a door or a jar etc.
  • Gripping small objects, like a pen or a knife
  • Painting
  • Using some musical instruments
  • And of course, Playing tennis

How can Tennis Elbow affect you?

The pain and weakness in your arm can sometimes make everyday activities like holding a coffee cup too painful to tolerate.

Up to 95% of people who have tennis elbow will get better without surgery, however, if you still have pain after 12 months you should seek medical advice.

50% of tennis players will experience tennis elbow - if you play tennis make sure you use a racket that is the correct size and stretch correctly before playing to try to prevent injury.

How Magnetic Mobility bracelets can help you

Tennis elbow can be managed and in 95% of cases will improve without the need for surgery. A combination of exercise, rest, elbow supports and magnetic mobility 4in1 bracelets can help.

Magnetic Mobility strives to help you move away from pain and get back to Living Your Best Life Pain Free!

Our 4in1 Magnetic Bracelets contain:

  • Neodymium Magnets to help to relieve pain.
  • Germanium is a natural element to help the body improve healing.
  • Far Infrared Rays to reduce inflammation and increase oxygen levels.
  • Negative Ions to reduce stress and improve sleep.


All information is provided for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice or care. Should you have any specific questions or concerns about your health, please consult your healthcare provider. Do NOT use magnetic products if you have a pacemaker, electric implants or insulin pumps. Pregnant women are advised against wearing magnets.