Tennis elbow is a painful condition caused by overuse of the "extensor" muscles in your arm and forearm, particularly where the tendons attach to rounded projections of bone (epicondyles) on the outside or lateral aspect of the elbow. Click here for more information on Tennis Elbow
How to Cure Tennis Elbow
Struggling with tennis elbow? Recover faster with this simple guide to healing tennis elbow.
Tennis Elbow. What is it?
Tennis Elbow. What is it? I’ve been told by a physician I have it, but I don’t even play tennis.
What constitutes good treatment of tennis elbow?
What is the best treatment for acute tennis elbow? Physiotherapy? Cortisone? A combination? Or might you just as well forego treatment?
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Tennis Elbow tips and advice for how to treat and get relief.
Learn about Sleep Hygiene and Tennis Elbow
When you think of physical therapy sleep probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Although hands-on therapy and exercise are often keys to a successful outcome, the body is more complex and other aspects of your overall health should be taken into consideration. In addition to diet and exercise, sleep is an important component of your well being. When lack of sleep becomes a long term issue it is associated with chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity…
How to Effectively Manage Tennis Elbow Symptoms
Tennis elbow is a painful condition of the elbow caused by overuse. The article discusses the symptoms and treatment options for the condition.
What Is Tennis Elbow And How Do You Treat It?
So you have tennis elbow, but you don't play tennis--how is that possible? Learn what tennis elbow really is and how to treat it.
Running Doc: How to handle tennis elbow
Dear Running Doc: I have played tennis for 30 years and only recently got tennis elbow six months ago. I've tried everything I can think of. Help! Melissa C. East Hampton, NY.
Frequently Asked Questions about Tennis Elbow
Tennis elbow is a painful condition of the elbow caused by overuse. The article discusses frequently asked questions about this elbow…
Why Does My Elbow Hurt? Could It Be Tennis Elbow?
By Kelly B. Amyx, MS, OTR/L Lateral epicondylitis (also known as tennis elbow) is a very common inju
A Comprehensive Coincidence: How a car accident gave me my calling.
I owe everything I am today to physical therapy. Not just because I work at one of the best physical therapy centers in Grand Rapids, but because physical therapy shaped my life in ways I never would have expected. All because of a car accident on a very busy M-115 in Cadillac, MI. It was May...
My occupational therapist gave me hope when I had none. That's why I became one
She saw me as a person rather than a mental health inpatient. Now I work to help other people in the same situation I was in
What is Tennis Elbow?
By Brian Acton Tennis elbow is a painful condition that can be caused by sports, workplace tasks, and other activities with frequent repetitive motions. Despite its name, athletes are far from the only people that can develop tennis elbow Symptoms include pain and weakness, and the condition can continue to recur if you don’t deal with it correctly. Here’s what tennis elbow is, how it is caused, how it can be prevented, and what to do if you experience symptoms. What Tennis Elbow…
TENNIS ELBOW? It’s Not What You Think!
TENNIS ELBOW? It’s Not What You Think Many people will come to the sports clinic with complaints of pain on either side of their elbow which has been present for months and is aggravated by gripping things or shaking hands. While often referred to as Golfer’s or Tennis elbow, this painful tendon condition usually occurs not from playing golf or tennis but from repeatedly gripping or…
What Is Tennis Elbow? A FAQ
What is tennis elbow? An inflammation of the tendons around the elbow. Who can get it? Anyone. Learn the risks and treatments.
Tips for Preventing Tennis Elbow
Tennis players aren't the only ones who can develop tennis elbow. But if you do play tennis often, consider visiting a sports medicine specialist. He or she can help you learn how to prevent tennis elbow. Expert sports medicine services are available in New York, NY at Manhattan Total Health.
What Is Tennis Elbow?
You don't have to be Sharipova to experience this injury. Find out what tennis elbow is, how you can get it, and most importantly, ways to relieve it.
How to Prevent Tennis Elbow
Whether you’ve had tennis elbow before or you want avoid getting it in the first place, there’s a lot you can do to keep your elbows happy. Learn important tips for home, work, and play.
Tennis Elbow: How to Avoid It and Treat It
Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a result of repetitive microtrauma and healing attempts of a tendon that attaches around the elbow. The tendon is part of a group of forearm tendons and muscles that are responsible for extending your wrist and fingers.