Tubigrip Elastic Support Bandage

What are the Features of Tubigrip?

Here are some beneficial features of Tubigrip that make it highly useful for several injuries. They include;

  • It has an anatomical shape:  One of the critical features of Tubigrip is its shape. Unlike traditional flat bandages, it is designed to fit the body's contours, providing a snug and comfortable fit. This allows it to provide more effective support and compression, helping to reduce pain and promote healing.
  • It is designed to provide consistent and uniform support: Tubigrip offers dependable support for edema, sprains, and strains. The product provides constant uniform compression (5-30mmHg sub-bandage pressure). Compared to latex-free elasticated tube bandages, Tubigrip offers more constant pressure levels across a range of limb circumferences.
  • Simple size selection: Tubigrip is available in various sizes to accommodate different body parts, such as the ankle, knee, elbow, and wrist. Depending on the patient's needs, it is also available in varying compression levels. For example, a lighter compression bandage may be used for minor injuries. A more substantial compression bandage may be needed for severe injuries or conditions.
  • It is easy to apply to wounds and reusable: Tubigrip is easy to use and remove and machine washable, making it a convenient and cost-effective option for those who need ongoing support.

Indications For Tubigrip Elastic Support Bandage

Tubigrip is commonly used to provide support for various conditions, including:

  • Sprains and strains
  • Varicose veins
  • Deep venous thrombosis
  • Swollen or painful joints
  • Tendinitis
  • Post-surgical support
  • Sports injuries, etc.

How To Apply Tubigrip 

To apply a Tubigrip bandage to your injuries, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure the affected area is clean and dry.
  2. Cut the dressing to the appropriate length, allowing a little extra for overlap.
  3. Start wrapping the bandage around the affected area, ensuring it is snug but not too tight.
  4. Overlap the bandage slightly on each pass.
  5. Continue wrapping until the entire affected area is covered.
  6. Secure the end of the dressing by tucking it under the last layer of the wrap.

It is important to note that the bandage should not be so tight that it causes discomfort or restricts circulation. If you have concerns about the proper application of a Tubigrip bandage, consult with a healthcare professional. Taking a look at the manufacturer's recommendation is also helpful.


Tubigrip-shaped support bandage is a versatile and practical support bandage for various conditions. Its breathable and stretchable material, shaped design, and availability in multiple sizes make it a popular choice among those seeking support for their injuries and illnesses.

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