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Even though many customers report an immediate freedom from pain, it may take a while ridding your tennis elbow / golfer’s elbow completely and of course it is also possible that the Masalo Cuff may not have the desired effect in your personal case. An epicondylitis is a serious medical issue and medical matters are always individual. The healing progress is dependant on many factors and differs for each patient. Therefore and for legal reasons we cannot and will not provide a healing guaranty. Some reviews have been translated from German.
We wish you a rapid recovery!

A collage of people wearing the Masalo Cuff MED against tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, mouse arm

Rated 4.9 out of 5
4.9 out of 5 stars (based on 437 reviews)

Finally - immediate relief

Rated 5.0 out of 5
18. October 2022

Finally a cuff that helps. The cuff is great despite the initial problems, but you have responded to my cries for help. I’ve been wearing it for 14 days now and already have more bearable pain and after 3 years of treatment at the orthopaedist, physiotherapy, splints and acupuncture didn’t help.

You were the last option before surgery.

And it helps me, I wear it day and night and I am totally enthusiastic so far!!!!

Thank you very much for the cuff which I will recommend to others.

Best regards

Aranka Niethammer

Response from

Hello Ms Niethammer, thank you very much for your feedback. We are very happy to help and will keep at it until it works. You have been suffering for 3 years now and after a few optimisations, the cuff now works for you too. However, after 3 years of suffering, it will take patience for the epicondylitis to heal. We are at your side if you need us and wish you a good recovery. Kind regards Harry Röder

Awesome, so great. THANKS to the inventor

Rated 5.0 out of 5
9. October 2022

I have had problems with my right elbow for a year. X-rays did not show any results. The arm was then plastered and I had to take strong painkillers for 4 weeks, which were not successful.

My orthopaedic surgeon gave me 2 injections every fortnight. The success did not last long. I was then given X-ray radiation. That didn’t really help either. I was also prescribed a bandage and a brace.

Neither helped because I always felt pain in my elbow. Reaching out or lifting something was only possible with pain.

I then had the Masalo cuff prescribed. What can I say… I have been wearing it for four days now. My pain is blown away and I was even able to play tennis without any problems. Now and then it still pulls a little, but in the short time I’ve been wearing it, it’s already such a success,

I am super thrilled and can only thank the inventor of this cuff…

Thank you very much!

Sabine Sieding

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Hello Ms Sieding, thank you for your feedback. You seem to have done everything right, because that is exactly how the cuff is supposed to work when it is applied correctly. If you now wear your cuff consistently and do not take it off too soon, you should soon be able to forget about your tennis elbow. However, you will need a little patience until it is completely healed. I wish you a good recovery and lots of fun playing tennis. Kind regards Harry Röder


Rated 5.0 out of 5
11. September 2022

For the fourth year in a row, I have both tennis and golf elbow in the summer due to my job.

Due to my self-employment as a farrier, I can’t afford any rest periods to let it heal and the arm is put under a lot of strain every day. I haven’t felt any improvement from any therapy so far, so I didn’t even go to the doctor anymore.

I put the cuff on and after 5 minutes I felt the first improvement. I wore it at night and was able to sleep for the first time in weeks! I can only thank the inventor of this cuff!

I am more than thrilled and above all very relieved that I have finally found an aid that helps me and doesn’t cause additional pain.

Saskia Huwig

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Hello Mrs Huwig, thank you very much for your lovely feedback. Such news always motivates us anew 😊We know from our own experience what it means to be able to sleep and work again without this permanent and extreme pain. We have quite a few farriers among our customers; in this profession, tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow is almost unavoidable sooner or later. Please wear the bandage consistently, even if you notice that it is already much better, and wear it until you can do everything completely pain-free with and without the bandage. Many users put the support away too soon and then everything can start all over again, please avoid this. Ideally, you should also wear the bandage at work after healing as a precaution. Please also read our tips for dealing with epicondylitis. We wish you a continued good recovery. Kind regards Harry Röder

The first cuff/bandage that provides relief

Rated 5.0 out of 5
6. September 2022

I have had tennis elbow for almost 1 year now. Anyone who has had this knows the pain and problems I can’t grasp, etc.

Several bandages from the orthopaedist, painkillers and cortisone did not help.

The bandage was recommended by my sister, which also brought her first relief and then freedom from pain.

I have been using the cuff for 3 weeks now and it is incredible. I can touch it without much pain. This is not possible without a bandage.

I hope that I will also be pain-free in a while.

Kerstin Peschel

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Hello Ms Peschel, thank you very much for the feedback. Reports of any kind are very important for us and the people who read it. It reads as if you are on the right track. Nevertheless, I would like to ask you to send us 2 or 3 pictures of your arm with the bandage on and maybe write a few lines about your medical history and what else you have done and tried and what additional therapies you are currently doing or (are having done, only if you like). Please write to We will certainly be able to give you some helpful tips and perhaps even optimise the fit of the cuff a little so that you can overcome your epicondylitis more quickly. In any case, you should also be able to get over the pain in the short term with the bandage on. However, it can take a while until tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow is completely healed and you can do everything pain-free again with and without the Masalo cuff. At least 6 weeks, more likely 3 months, and in the case of golfer’s elbow it can also take 6 months until you can take off the bandage and are also pain-free without it. As soon as you are pain-free with and without the brace, I still recommend that you always put the brace on as a precaution when you are about to put on a lot of weight. Otherwise, put it on immediately when you notice that the problem wants to come back. But you too will overcome epicondylitis, I am quite sure of that.

Immediate relief

Rated 5.0 out of 5
24. August 2022

I have had tennis elbow since around May 2022. Initially ignored and dismissed as a trifle, my symptoms worsened and normal movement was hardly possible.

At first I used physiotape, which also helped, but the tapes didn’t last long.

The day before yesterday, I looked for bandages and looked at various types and brands.

As a nurse, I have a certain knowledge background and would like to say a big thank you to the inventor of the Masalo cuff for inventing and offering a practical bandage with brains and understanding.

The Masalo cuff arrived today and I used it immediately. It fits perfectly and directs the forces past the painful area.

The promised pain relief started after 10 minutes. Perfect 👌🏼 Wearing the cuff is still unusual at first, but I will soon get used to it.

Thank you for this great, useful and helpful cuff.

Gunnar Luther

Response from

Hello Mr. Luther, thank you for your feedback. That’s exactly how it should be, you really have to feel the relief clearly right away. If it is tennis elbow, the function test must also work. But feel free to experiment a little more with the settings and if you like, feel free to send us some mobile phone photos, maybe we can give you some additional tips and optimise everything a little more. In your work as a nurse, I recommend that you tighten the brace a bit during work (at least when there is a lot of strain). But in such a way that blood circulation is always ensured during bending, movement. If everything goes normally, you should be able to work pain-free, or at least without major pain, and the epicondylitis should still heal in a few weeks. (However, this can take 3 months or longer in some cases) If we can still support you in any way, please contact us. We wish you a good recovery. Kind regards Harry Röder

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