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Bertor Reinforced Elastic Thigh Support Wrap Bandage

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Specifications:


  • Reinforced Elastic Wrap Thigh Support Bandage support and pressurize the main parts of the body and remove unnecessary pressure on the parts around to make wearing more comfortable
  • Designed for wrapping, it enables the blood in the lower limbs to flow back and enhances the strength of leg muscles
  • Thigh support bandage can also be used for pressurized dressing of a bleeding injured leg
  • Effectively fix knee joints
  • A good fit to human body, soft, elastic, and giving flexible support with different tightness
  • Thigh support can be used for wrapping in many ways for different needs
  • Material: Cotton & Polyester & Rubber Band
  • Size: 200 x 7cm / 78.74 x 2.76in(L x W) 

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Bertor Reinforced Elastic Thigh Support Wrap Bandage


  • A good fit to human body, soft, elastic, and giving flexible support with different tightness.Reinforced Elastic Wrap Thigh Support Bandage support and pressurize the main parts of the body and remove unnecessary pressure on the parts around to make wearing more comfortable

Bertor Reinforced Elastic Thigh Support Wrap Bandage


  • Thigh support can be used for wrapping in many ways for different needs .The Elastic Bandage is designed for wrapping, it enables the blood in the lower limbs to flow back and enhances the strength of leg muscles

Bertor Reinforced Elastic Thigh Support Wrap Bandage


  • This Thigh Support Bandage supports and stabilizes the thigh while allowing for full flexibility. With elastic ability, the Thigh Support Bandage is comfortable for long time wearing

Bertor Reinforced Elastic Thigh Support Wrap Bandage


  • The Thigh Support Bandage is designed to help maximize compression and provide firm support and warmth to weak or inflamed thigh

Should I Wear a Thigh Support?


  • They Should be Worn By Some People: "Thigh support wraps give you support and help reduce your risk of hamstring, quadricep injuries and other muscle pulls," according to ShoulderBrace.org. If you have gotten pulled muscles in the past, thigh supports can help prevent future injuries. Thigh support wraps work better than just wrapping bandages around your thighs
  • They Should Not Be Worn By Some People: McDavidUSA.com states, "Thigh supports contain natural rubber latex and should not be worn by those that have a rubber allergy." Thigh support wraps are made with neoprene to provide durability and comfort. Discontinue using these wraps if you discover a reaction to them
  • Bottom Line: Thigh supports should be used by those that have experienced muscle pulls and want to prevent future episodes from occurring. Thigh supports are both breathable and well made. However, avoid using thigh support wraps if you have a history of rubber allergies

How to Wrap an Elastic Bandage for Thigh Compression:

Bertor Reinforced Elastic Thigh Support Wrap Bandage

Many people think of elastic bandages as a cover for a wound or an injury. Sometimes when people experience long periods of inactivity, the circulation on the legs suffers and it is possible to develop blood clots that could travel through the body and into the lungs. This could cause a stroke or an aneurysm, which could lead to death. Wrapping an elastic bandage around the thighs correctly is one preventative measure against emboli or blood clots


  • Place the heel block on the floor and have the patient stand on top of it with the injured leg. The patient's toes should touch the floor while his heel rests on the block
  • Hold the bandage horizontally. Place the bandage against the front of the patient's thigh, just above the knee
  • Wrap the bandage around the right side of the thigh until the bandage overlaps the starting point. The bandage should travel behind the patient's leg and come up next to the left side of the leg. Continue wrapping the bandage around the leg in a clockwise motion, wrapping up the thigh and then down the thigh until you get to the end of the bandage
  • Wrap elastic tape around the edge of the loose end of the bandage. The tape should wrap all around the leg four times along the edge of the bandage. Cut off the tape with scissors when you are done wrapping
  • Rip a strip of trainer's tape to secure the ends of the elastic tape. The tape should go across only the front half of the patient's leg
  • Put another length of trainer's tape, about 2 inches, just below the knee along the front of the patient's knee

Tips & Warnings:

Bertor Reinforced Elastic Thigh Support Wrap Bandage


  • Keep extra bandages in stock so you can change the wrapping between washings
  • Do not wrap the bandage too tightly or you may cut off the circulation in the leg

How to Treat a Pulled Quadricep Muscle? 


  • Many people think of elastic bandages as a cover for a wound or an injury
  • Sometimes when people experience long periods of inactivity, the circulation on the legs suffers and it is possible to develop blood clots that could travel through the body and into the lungs
  • This could cause a stroke or an aneurysm, which could lead to death
  • Wrapping an elastic bandage around the thighs correctly is one preventative measure against emboli or blood clots

Instructions


  • Place the heel block on the floor and have the patient stand on top of it with the injured leg. The patient's toes should touch the floor while his heel rests on the block
  • Hold the bandage horizontally. Place the bandage against the front of the patient's thigh, just above the knee
  • Wrap the bandage around the right side of the thigh until the bandage overlaps the starting point. The bandage should travel behind the patient's leg and come up next to the left side of the leg. Continue wrapping the bandage around the leg in a clockwise motion, wrapping up the thigh and then down the thigh until you get to the end of the bandage
  • Wrap elastic tape around the edge of the loose end of the bandage. The tape should wrap all around the leg four times along the edge of the bandage. Cut off the tape with scissors when you are done wrapping
  • Rip a strip of trainer's tape to secure the ends of the elastic tape. The tape should go across only the front half of the patient's leg
  • Put another length of trainer's tape, about 2 inches, just below the knee along the front of the patient's knee

Should I Wear a Thigh Support?


  • Many people think of elastic bandages as a cover for a wound or an injury
  • Sometimes when people experience long periods of inactivity, the circulation on the legs suffers and it is possible to develop blood clots that could travel through the body and into the lungs
  • This could cause a stroke or an aneurysm, which could lead to death. Wrapping an elastic bandage around the thighs correctly is one preventative measure against emboli or blood clots

They Should be Worn By Some People:


  • "Thigh support wraps give you support and help reduce your risk of hamstring, quadricep injuries and other muscle pulls," according to ShoulderBrace.org. If you have gotten pulled muscles in the past, thigh supports can help prevent future injuries. Thigh support wraps work better than just wrapping bandages around your thighs

They Should Not Be Worn By Some People:


  • "Thigh supports contain natural rubber latex and should not be worn by those that have a rubber allergy." Thigh support wraps are made with neoprene to provide durability and comfort. Discontinue using these wraps if you discover a reaction to them

Bottom Line:


  • Thigh supports should be used by those that have experienced muscle pulls and want to prevent future episodes from occurring. Thigh supports are both breathable and well made. However, avoid using thigh support wraps if you have a history of rubber allergies

Package Included:


  • 1 x Reinforced Elastic Wrap Thigh Support Bandage