ELIMINATE GOLF ELBOW PAIN... GUARANTEED

  • Only Product to attack Golf Elbow Pain at its source – The Hand.
  • Continue to play golf while you heal.
  • Easy to use golf elbow treatment.
  • Made from Sorbothane® - The world's most shock absorbent material.
  • Confirmed by Independent Consumer Testing and Proven To Work!
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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 a specially designed finger ring designed to relieve elbow pain caused by Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) and Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis.

The Shock Blocker is a unique and effective golf elbow treatment because it attacks Golfer’s Elbow pain and Tennis Elbow pain at its source in the hand. This specially designed finger ring is made from the world’s most shock absorbent material – Sorbothane®.  This highly absorbent material absorbs the damaging shock created by impact in the hand and simultaneously eases the tension in the affected tendons.  By preventing the damaging shockwaves from conducting up the hand and into the tendons, the Shock Blocker is able to eliminate and prevent the elbow pain caused by golf elbow. The Shock Blocker is ideal for the treatment of medial epicondylitis and lateral epicondylitis induced pain caused by golf, tennis, fitness, work related activities, and home activities.

>Verified by Independent Consumer Testing and backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee, The Shock Blocker is the most effective golf elbow treatment and tennis elbow treatment on the market today.

The Shock Blocker is designed to treat golf elbow, cure golf elbow, and prevent golf elbow caused by damaged tendons in the arm and repetitive shock to the hand.  When worn properly, the Shock Blocker will eliminate elbow pain caused by Golfer’s Elbow, Tennis Elbow, Elbow Tendonitis, Lateral Epicondylitis, and Medial Epicondylitis.

Uses:

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