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  1. Compression Therapy: Elastic adhesive bandages are often used to apply compression to injured limbs, joints, or soft tissues. The compression helps reduce swelling (edema) and provides support to the injured area, promoting faster healing and reducing pain.
  2. Joint Support: These bandages are commonly used to provide support and stability to joints during physical activity or following injury. They can help prevent excessive movement and reduce the risk of further injury, particularly in cases of sprains or strains.
  3. Sports Injury Management: Elastic adhesive bandages are frequently used in sports medicine to manage minor injuries such as sprained ankles, strained muscles, or bruised joints. They can be quickly applied on the field to provide immediate support and stabilization.
  4. Tendon and Muscle Support: These bandages can be wrapped around muscles or tendons to provide additional support during activities that put stress on these structures, such as running or weightlifting. They help stabilize the muscles and reduce the risk of overuse injuries.
  5. Preventive Use in Sports: Athletes may use elastic adhesive bandages proactively to provide extra support to vulnerable areas prone to injury, such as ankles or knees, to reduce the risk of sprains or strains during physical activity.