For muscle and tendon injuries commonly associated with biceps, triceps, and arm strains.
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High Performance Arm Helix
The Biceps-Triceps Arm Helix is a biceps and triceps compression sleeve designed to ease pain from a biceps, triceps strain or a biceps, triceps tendon injury.
The Biceps-Triceps Arm Helix is also a great tool to help reduce the oscillation of the muscles of the upper arm while keeping them warm, thereby protecting the biceps and triceps muscles and tendons from possible re-injury.
Our biceps and triceps compression sleeve utilizes Form-Fit Technology. It provides full range of motion while remaining anchored to the skin and firmly in place. The product will not absorb excess water, bacteria, or odors. 100% Machine Washable.
Proper fit is important
It is very important to measure your biceps and triceps at the maximum dimension where it will be used in order to get the proper fit. Please do not measure your elbow.
Body Helix sat down with Dr. Karl “Bert” Fields
Professor at UNC Chapel Hill
Director of Sports Medicine Fellowship at Cone Health Systems
Past President of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
Dr. Fields discusses compression and how biceps injuries heal…
Muscles, tendons, ligaments all heal by a flow of electrons that bridge a gap and bring in the healing tissues. Now, if that muscle is torn or disrupted so it doesn’t have a nice, confined contour, it doesn’t heal as fast. So, when you get a biceps injury, you’ve got a lot of blood supply to your biceps — you’ll get a lot of swelling in there. Unless you compress that, get it down to where it’s in a more normal plane, it’s going to take longer for those fibers to come back together and heal themselves.