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Cho-Pat Inc


PO Box 293
Hainesport, NJ 08036-0293 United States
Phone:(609) 261-1336
Toll Free Number:(800) 221-1601
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Overview: Cho-Pat's philosophy is to provide the ultimate in sports/medical support devices – devices that are specific, effective, and dependable. George Gauvry, an orthotist, started the company in 1980 and used the principles of orthotics, the clinical treatment of injuries and deformities involving the musculoskeletal system, to create his first support device, Cho-Pat's Original Knee Strap.
Using a design to stabilize and strengthen the joint, the Cho-pat Original Knee Strap helped to alleviate various symptoms associated with degenerative knees and/or inflammation/tendonitis of the kneecap. The idea for the Knee Strap eventually helped to revolutionize the treatment of certain knee disorders and was rewarded with U.S. and Canadian patents for its design and mechanic.
Today, Cho-Pat is recognized as a leader in the sports-medicine field for the innovation, effectiveness, quality, and dependability of its products. Since the introduction of the Knee Strap, Cho-Pat has designed new concepts for the treatment of common anatomical/biomedical conditions such as shin splints, bicipital/tricipital tendonitis, tennis elbow, lower back pain, Achilles tendonitis, subluxation of the kneecap, and Iliotibial Band syndrome (I.T.B.). Our newest product, the Cho-Pat Dual Action Knee Strap, builds on the successful foundation of the Original Knee Strap and adds a second level of support and stability. And like its forbear, the Dual Action Knee Strap was recently awarded an U.S. patent.
UMDC Code: 107278
Fax: (609) 261-7593
Email: sales@cho-pat.com
Website: http://www.cho-pat.com
Company Type: Private
Business Started: 1980
Business Lines: Manufacturer/Distributor/Exporter
Sales Channels: Direct/Distributors
Total Sales: 1400000
Number of Employees: 20
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Bicep/Tricep Cuff
The bicep is the strong muscle in the front of the upper arm that flexes the forearm. The bicep is particularly susceptible to overuse injuries, especially in individuals performing repetitive lifting activities. It is connected to the shoulder by a long tendon that passes through a groove in the upper arm bone (humerus). The bicep tendon, in turn, is held in the humerus by a ligament. If this ligament becomes injured or stretched, the tendon is not held firmly in place and it slides in the groove causing severe discomfort and pain and, in some cases, leads to bicipital tendinitis. Other cause
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Calf Compression Sleeve
Cho-Pat's Calf Compression Sleeve combines warmth, compression, and reinforcement to help reduce pain and discomfort in the calf and enhance healing.
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Dual Action Knee Strap
Cho-Pat's newly patented Dual Action Knee Strap provides an extra dimension of relief for painful and weakened knees.
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Elbow Compression Sleeve
Use our compression sleeves for support and protection on the field, at home, or during normal activities. Cho-Pat's Elbow Compression Sleeve combines warmth, compression, and reinforcement to help reduce pain and discomfort and promote healing. The elbow sleeve is anatomically contoured for maximum fit, comfort, and effectiveness to help support injuries, improve blood circulation, and maintain body warmth. And it is available in four sizes to provide even more specific and effectual results!
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Golfer's Elbow Support
Golfer's elbow or medial epicondylitis is a common injury to individuals engaged in activities that apply stress to the forearm. Golfer's elbow is characterized by pain and tenderness on the inner side of the elbow where the tendons of the forearm muscles attach to the bony bump on the inside of the elbow (medial epicondyle). The inflammation usually results from small tears to the tendon fibers that attach the muscles of the forearm to the arm bone. This often occurs because of excessive strain or overuse from activities that require repetitive and vigorous use of the forearm muscles that are
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Tennis Elbow Splint
The Cho-Pat Tennis Elbow Splint is a compression device designed to secure and support forearm muscles that are over-exercised or strained during athletic, leisure, or work activities.
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Tennis Elbow Splint
The Cho-Pat Tennis Elbow Splint is a compression device designed to secure and support forearm muscles that are over-exercised or strained during athletic, leisure, or work activities. The splint has a unique, reinforced tongue comfortably molds to the forearm and fastens with closures. It works by absorbing and dispensing the pain-causing forces relieving stress on the forearm muscles and their attachments and reducing inflammation.
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Upper Arm Strap
The Cho-Pat Upper Arm Strap is recommended for swimmers and other sports enthusiasts who may develop painful biciptal or triciptal tendonitis.
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Upper Arm Strap
The Cho-Pat Upper Arm Strap is recommended for swimmers and other sports enthusiasts who may develop painful biciptal or triciptal tendonitis. The strap, which is worn just above the bicep or tricep, acts as a compression device to prevent the pulling and tearing of tendon fibers. The Upper Arm Strap was specifically designed to prevent painful "swimmer's arm" but is now used in water and other sports activities where there is a possibility of developing biciptal or triciptal tendonitis.
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Wrist Support
The Cho-Pat Wrist Support diminishes stress or pressure incurred at the hand and wrist that could telescope up the forearm and lead to forearm tendonitis or tennis elbow. It uses compression around the wrist to lessen the impact on the basic forearm muscle group at their junction in the wrist and hand. The Wrist Support also eases discomfort caused by Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and is widely praised by individuals who suffer from weak wrists.
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