A Tubular bandage is often used as a bottom layer when applying plaster casts or removable splints to keep the swelling reduced. The use of compression reduces swelling, either from getting there in the first place or by disseminating the fluids already there. Sport Tubular Support Bandages are lengths of close weave stretchy cotton used to support different limbs. The widths are for different limb sizes and tubular bandages come in either 1m or 10m lengths. The dimensions used are the flat width of the tubular bandage when lying on a flat surface. A Tubular bandage should be applied as a double layer, to ensure best support.
The support bandage should be applied from the joint below the injury to the joint above. For instance, in order to support and compress the elbow, the tubular bandage should go from the wrist to the shoulder or to support and compress the wrist, the bandage should go from the elbow to the knuckles.
Easy to Use and can re-applied when needed
Comfortable to wear and stays in place
Allows complete freedom of movement
Continuous even support provided
Advice and Precautions:
Always apply the tubular support as a double layer
Do not try to treat serious sprains or strains at home.
Use on intact uninjured skin only
DO not apply support too tightly. Refer to the size guide on the reverse for your correct size
Remove support if numbness or tingling occurs
If in doubt about an injury, seek medical advice
Instructions for use:
Cut to twice the length of the affected area
Pull the first half up the limb
Pull the second half up the limb over the top of the first layer