ELIMINATE ELBOW PAIN... GUARANTEED

  • Only Product to attack Elbow Tendonitis at its source – The Hand.
  • Continue to work, exercise or play while you heal.
  • Extremely Durable and Easy to use.
  • Made from Sorbothane® - The world's most shock absorbent material.
  • Proven to work! – Confirmed by Independent Consumer Testing.
Backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee!
The Shock Blocker
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$19.98 ea.

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"Wear the ring. Stop the pain!"


About The Shock Blocker

The Shock Blocker is specially designed to relieve elbow pain caused by Elbow Tendonitis, Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) and Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis).

Fitness related activities like weightlifting and cross training are some of the most common causes of elbow tendonitis.  Elbow tendonitis is also commonly caused by leisurely activities like riding a motorcycle or a jet ski – even working at home in your garden.  Any activity involving repetitive arm movement and repetitive impact to the hand can cause damage to the tendons in the arm, which result in elbow tendonitis and pain.

By attacking the injury at its source in the hand, the Shock Blocker is able to relieve elbow pain caused by elbow tendonitis. This specially designed finger ring made from a patented, highly absorbent material absorbs the damaging shock created by impact in the hand and simultaneously eases the tension in the affected tendons, thus reducing the vibration that triggers the damage and the pain associated with elbow tendonitis.

The Shock Blocker is designed to treat elbow tendonitis, cure elbow tendonitis, and prevent elbow tendonitis caused by repetitive shock to the hand.  The Shock Blocker can be used to eliminate elbow pain caused from fitness related activities, home activities, and leisurely activities.  Confirmed by Independent Consumer Testing and proven to work, the Shock Blocker is backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee.

Uses:

  • Tennis Elbow
  • Golfer’s Elbow
  • Elbow Tendonitis
  • Lateral Epicondylitis
  • Medial Epicondylitis