Elasticated Tubular Bandage

The right support after an injury can make all of the difference to your recovery, which is where elasticated tubular bandages come in. These stretchy bandages can be used on any area of the body to provide support and protection, ensuring you don’t injure yourself further. Available in a variety of sizes from Physiosupplies, you’ll find high-quality products to suit your needs.

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Choosing the elasticated tubular bandage for you

Elasticated tubular bandages have numerous uses. They can be used to support an injury, provide some much-need compression to aid healing, and support stiff and sore joints. Designed for ease of use, they can be slipped over the injured area, and many of the elasticated tubular bandages that you can find will be washable to save you time and money in the long run.

Here on Physiosupplies, all of our bandages are available in 10-metre length, so you can easily cut the bandage to the required length. The width changes depending on the size you choose, so make sure to read the product specifications to get a clear idea of the size you need.

Got questions about which elasticated tubular bandages you should buy? Contact Physiosupplies today for more information. Our dedicated team is here to help.


What does an elasticated tubular bandage do?

Elasticated tubular bandages are designed to provide support to an injured joint or to hold dressing securely in place. The seamless fabric tube is elasticated, delivering compression to the joint while protecting it to prevent further injury.


How do you use elasticated tubular bandages?

There are many advantages to elasticated tubular bandages, and one of them is that they are extremely versatile. They can easily be pulled over a joint or area of the body to deliver compression and support.


How long do you use an elasticated tubular bandage for?

Your physiotherapist will be able to provide further details, but most experts recommend using an elasticated tubular bandage for the first 24 to 48-hours after an injury. This will ensure you get the right support when you need it and prevent further injuries.


Is there an elasticated tubular bandage size guide?

Yes. Our guide to getting the right size for your elasticated tubular bandage is below.



Suggested use

Size A

5cm x 10m

Children’s limbs

Size B

6.25cm x 10m

Small to medium limbs (wrists)

Size C

6.75cm x 10m

Medium limbs (arms)

Size D

7.5cm x 10m

Large limbs (legs)

Size E

8.75cm x 10m

Large limbs (legs and thighs)

Size F

10cm x 10m

Large limbs (knees and thighs)

Size G

12cm x 10m

Large limbs (thighs)

Size L

30cm x 10m

Large limbs (all)




Can you wear an elasticated tubular bandage in bed?

While it might be tempting to leave your elasticated tubular bandage on as you sleep, experts recommend not doing so. Sleeping is the best time for your body to get some rest, so remove the bandage before drifting off. You can easily put it back on again in the morning.

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