After suffering with chronic occurrences of tennis elbow, I was introduced to ArmLock and discovered a straightforward and practical way to ease my discomfort and avoid repeat occurrences. I have been pain free for over six months and am thrilled to have discovered a passive treatment that I can do in the comfort of my own home, at a time of my choosing and convenience.

Dana Mackie

Yeah, very much. The pain one is paddling with a canoe, it was the issue. And I have done that since I was using it and no issues at all.

U of A Research Study Patient Mal 39

I can definitely see a change in the activities I can do. I can now do most of my activities bilaterally while before I was compensating from the pain on my left side.

U of A Research Study Patient Mal 49

I mean it literally got me doing everything again so hockey, golf, putting in pants, opening the door knob, opening jars, typing more consistently.

Yeah decreased all decreased. Like yeah so I couldn’t pick up a cup of coffee, couldn’t put on my pants, couldn’t open a door handle or all that kinda stuff. So all that is improved, back to playing hockey, back opening a jar, everything like that. Like after a couple rounds of golf still feels tight, but then I put it back on, the armlock and symptoms go away.

Ammh, half hour at a time for some people might be a pain in the butt, but I didn’t mind it because it did provide results.

U of A Research Study Patient Mal 20

Yeah, it definitely did. I mean there was really nothing I was particularly avoiding. It was more so like everytime I went climbing my arm would hurt, so it definitely helped me with climbing, so reduced that barrier I guess.

U of A Research Study Patient Mal 11

Yeah I think so, I think so. I mean the biggest thing I noticed was not being aware of the discomfort in the elbow and I really didn’t do any other exercises.

I noticed it the other day when I was picking up groceries and I thought oh I can carry all of them inside and I am putting more in my right hand and I thought that was kind of the tell tale sign. And as a hygienist I noticed last Thursday that it wasn’t hurting, my elbow wasn’t hurting. I thought maybe it did work. So that was good.

U of A Research Study Patient Mal 19

Yes, they got better, symptoms were just mobility in my elbow and soreness in my arm and a lot of pain in my elbow, and as I started using it it started going away and I started feeling even more strengthened in my arm too.

U of A Research Study Patient Mal 61

I found that it improved, actually it nearly rid it of all of my tennis elbow pain.

U of A Research Study Patient Mal 08

After one use of 20 minutes after an 8 hour shift (during which, due to the nature of ASL (American Sign Language) his wrists were often extended), he reported he was feeling much better. He rated his change in discomfort a 7/10 to a 1/10. During this trial and subsequently since, he took no pain meds or ice, and I didn’t do any massage or stretching. He used it again about a week later after another long 8 hour shift and he rated his pain reduction from a 6/10 to a 0/10.

Dr. Renee Nason

My elbow has been very sore for a long time. I have been using the brace for a little over two weeks using a heat pad wrapped around my elbow for 25 minutes then put on the brace for twenty minutes. When I  take the brace off it feels a little tight but then I wrap it again with the heat pad for another twenty-five minutes and it is pain free. This is an excellent product and I would recommend it to anyone with elbow pain similar to mine.

Stephen Sereda