Tennis Elbow is a very common condition and one that we’ve had a lot of success with in treating over the years in our office. Tennis Elbow is technically called “Lateral Epicondylitis” and it’s basically just inflammation of the tendons in the forearm.
Tennis Elbow can occur for a number of reasons. Some of the most common include working with your hands, whether it’s in construction, music, computer work or anything else in which the hands are used in a repetitive fashion. Other common reasons include sports injuries and even sometimes trauma.
In order to help get rid of Tennis Elbow, there are a few things that need to happen. The inflammation needs to be calmed down, of course, but also the muscles need to be loosened up and even retrained to get rid of the pain, and perhaps more importantly, keep it gone.
I cover this in more detail in the video below. Check it out: