Thera-Band FlexBar - Green Heavy

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by Daniel J. Fox "Gerbil Freak" Date Added: Tuesday 31 January, 2012

I got two flexbars after reading several reviews that they helped with golfers elbow. I have chronic mild to moderate golfers elbow (as identified in an MRI), so it won't go away and it is perpetually annoying. I have tried everything and seen every specialist. I am now seeing a soft tissue specialist who is helping a lot, I mean a lot. I got these flexbars before I started the treatment. I thnk they do help build strength in my tendon. Is it a cure all, nope. I think it helps. I also got some anti-inflamitory cream, which hopefully with everything I am doing now I will be back to full speed in no time (I have hope now). I think the flexbars are good, but they can't stand alone. If you are like me and have chronic golfers elbow try a soft tissue specialist, it will work wonders. Again, this is a reviw for the flexbars, and I got the red and green and I do the exercises three times a day (they are on YouTube) and in conjunction I think they are helpful.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by gabriel chamyan Date Added: Tuesday 11 October, 2011

I've given it only 4 stars since I don't yet have complete relief of my pain.I think the instructions are not clear enough with regards to how much pain is expected when using the device and how much is too much (it's been a trial and errorpath for me with this "heavy" bar...I can surely twist it the recommended times, but I do experience pain and it hasn't been relieved as fast as I expected from reading numerous reviews). I am going to try starting with the lighter (medium) strength green bar and eventually progressing to the blue bar before I give these products a definitive personal review. I do feel I've made some is just that were the instructions a bit clearer, I think I would have made even the point of having almost no pain in my lateral elbow joint (epicondylitis).

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by addrison Date Added: Friday 26 August, 2011

I got this to work on my tennis elbow, it has deffinatly helped. I keep it on my desk and do some of the exercises through out the day, it's better than one of those stress balls you squeeze.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by a;lkjfd Date Added: Sunday 24 April, 2011

FlexBar heavy and medium have helped continue my P.T. and Occupational Hand and shoulder Therapy beyond what my insurance would allow. It is effective and efficient. Great for my injured hand and shoulder''' I will suggest this to my orthopedic specialist when I see him this week after months of P.T. and O.T. for a very serious, life changing injury. Great item.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Pittsburgh Barb Date Added: Tuesday 01 March, 2011

Watch the Tyler Twist video on YouTube for the FlexBar. It's easy to learn. This is the only thing that helped me after suffering with tennis elbow for 8 months. You will feel it (kinda hurts) when you do the exercise but that's what your arm needs to heal and strengthen. After just a few days I could start to use my arm again for lifting and carrying, and the discomfort decreased. I only exercised 3 times a day, 15 repetitions each time, for about 2 weeks, with the red FlexBar. A month has gone by and my arm continues to improve to the point I seldom remember I have tennis elbow. I also recommend Penetrex cream along with the FlexBar. I massaged this into my arm after each exercise and I think it helped also. For less than $50 total you can be on your way to recovery.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Bonnie M. Sharpless Date Added: Thursday 09 December, 2010

My doctor diagnosed my tennis elbow in September and had me wear one of those bands on my arm. After about a week, it had only gotten worse. I did a little research online and read about this item, so I figured I'd give it a try. I started with 5 reps at a time, 3 times a day. After a week, I went up to 10 reps, and after another week, I went up to 15 reps. For the first couple of weeks, I saw no improvement. Once I got up to 15 reps, it seemed like it was getting a little better, but I wasn't sure it wasn't just in my mind. I kept at it, though (stubborn, I am), and after a couple more weeks, the improvement was undeniable. It has now been about two months, and my elbow feels oh-so-much better. I still have a little pain, but nothing like it was. Now, I can't say for sure that this thing was what did it, but I didn't do anything else. It sure beats drugs or surgery!I used the green bar. I'm an average-sized woman without particularly good upper body strength, and it seemed about right for me.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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