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Tommie Copper
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Tommie Copper, found online at, is a new brand of copper infused compression wear that claims to be able to help anyone of any age improve their daily aches and pains associated with muscle and joint inflammation.

Tommie Copper specializes in compression wear for a variety of joints in your body, from arm sleeves to knee braces to ankle braces to full shirts. They even offer gloves and shorts, so literally no joint is left untreated. Montel Williams, celebrity spokesman for MoneyMutual, is also a representative for Tommie Copper, even recently promoting the brand on the Dr. Oz show.

Copper is believed to be able to treat inflammation, which is the issue behind common joint pain and arthritis pain. It is also believed to help stimulate the immune system, repair injured tissues, and promote healing in general.

In addition to the copper, Tommie Copper claims that their compression wear is better able to provide benefits to their wearers than other compression items due to its actual wearability.

Compression stabilizes muscle tissue, which keeps swelling fibers at a manageable level, and increases oxygen blood flow to the muscles. However, compression wear is only effective when it is being worn, so comfort is a key factor.

Tommie Copper says their products are specially designed to be comfortable so that they can be worn for longer periods of time, therefore giving their wearers the maximum amount of comfort and relief from aches and pains.

Tommie Copper offers a 30 Day Comfort Challenge to new users. If you the item you order does not provide relief within 30 days, you may return the item for a refund, no questions asked.

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Reviewed By scott on September 28, 2013

I have pain in my inner elbow, be it tendinitis or golfer's elbow (I don't golf) but my job requires lifting all day. I went to an orthopedic surgeon who of course took an x-ray, The x-ray showed what i thought, nothing, and I never went to med school. A friend who is a golfer developed same thing. He said the day after a round he could hardly move it. the Dr. told me it wasn't golfer's elbow being the pain didn't run down my forearm and it didn't for my friend either
I wear a epicondylitis dual compression clasp from Epi Sport with does not help. My chiropractor told mt about kinesio tape which pro athletes use (seen it on woman tennis players). Even tried the clasp over the tape.
I will still have to do more research, like checking out the two Dr's from the infomercial.
If anyone has or had the same problem, I would appreciate any input.

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October 07, 2013

I have the same problem which was diagnosed as a tight nerve. Physio therapist gave me a series of exercises to stretch and the nerve and so far the pain is slowly reducing so that I can return to normal activity.

October 09, 2013

I had similar-muscle attachments were inflamed. Sports medicine physician injected a salt-sugar solution that hyper-irritated the tissues. They tightened up and inflammation disappeared. Required more than one treatment but symptoms never returned. Check to see if there are newer similar treatments.

A 53 Yr old Grandmother
November 09, 2013

FormerFibro if that salt and sugar solution works so well I am going to get them all over!!! I havenever heard of that but then I have never seen a sports medicine Dr. just Rheumatoid Arthritis Doctors etc.

November 18, 2013

You may have spinal stenosis. Should speak to neurologist about it ASAP.

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Reviewed By Zane on September 23, 2013, Denton texas

Im having knee issues from playing golf so I bought 2 knee sleeves. I put one on my sore knee and after only 9 holes I have blisters that circle my leg. The size is correct so I plan on returning them.

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October 04, 2013

Some people are allergic to copper.

A 53 Yr Old Grandmother
November 09, 2013

Is that for sure what is going on Beverly? Gosh will hate that to be me when I buy the knees and feet.

Fibro and RA sufferer
November 17, 2013

Remember to wash them in the white vinegar before wearing them.

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Nurse with knee that needs replacing surgery!

Reviewed By Charlene Pitek on September 23, 2013, Charlottesville, Virginia

I have received the pants knee sleeve and top, work on my feet 8 hours a day in an assisted living facility, wear my TC to work and have no pain in knees or back when wearing them prior to my TC was in a level 8 pain with them an 2 in pain, my knees are in very bad shape and I am 48, I would highly recommended these products.

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A 53 yr old Grandmother
November 09, 2013

Now this is sounding promising except my knees are eaten up by both Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteo Arthritis, my left knee replaced already. But have gained too much weight to the the left one from lack of exercise and all the pain throughout my body. Hope I can get them to work for me. My knees were both literally mush, and of course my right one still is. The doctors even hate to give me steroid shots in it because they run into bones, or pieces of cartilidge everywhre they go to inject and it HURTS SO BAD.

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Awaiting my return of the correct size shirt 2x!

Reviewed By Tom Battaglia on September 20, 2013, San clemente, Ca

Over a month has passed and no 2x sized shirt has been sent to me!! Why?

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September 24, 2013

what a load of crap!!!!!

A 53 Yr old Grandmother.
November 09, 2013

Maybe they didnt have that size in stock and I would try calling them

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no more knee pain walking down stairs

Reviewed By Tim K on September 19, 2013, Fairfax, VA

For years I have had knee pain walking down steps, or hills. never going up, and never on level ground, and for some reason, it never hurts when I'm running. My chiropractor thought it might be related to the tendons around my kneecaps loosening up with age and inactivity. Mostly, inactivity.

I decided to by the TC Knee Sleeves after watching Montel Williams shill for them in the middle of the night. An insomnia purchase, if you will.

I'm glad I did, though, because when I wear these, they must just compress my knees and hold my kneecaps in place enough that it doesn't hurt to walk down the stair case in the morning.

I don't wear them 24/7, either. Only during the day.

Totally worth the $29.95 purchase price. I wish I'd bought them years ago.

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LS Gant
October 07, 2013

I walk down the stairs sideways ..NO PAIN...

Roland Hectorberg
November 09, 2013

Install one of those seats that go up your stairs....voila, you're pain free!!!

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