3 Ways How to Rehabilitate Tendonitis of Your Elbow
The last thing you want to hear is “you have elbow tendonitis”. I know first hand how stubborn this injury can be to rehabilitate and overcome, as I suffered with it for over 7 years. But today I am happy to announce that I am a tennis elbow survivor.
And I want to share with you 3 ways how to rehabilitate elbow tendonitis and tennis elbow from the comfort and convenience of your own home.
Before I reveal these simple steps, the first thing you should now is that you need to immediately stop wasting money on conventional tennis elbow/elbow tendonitis treatments. This includes Doctors, Physio, cortisone shots, elbow braces/straps/armbands, medical devices and gadgets. Unless you have money tree growing in your yard, these “treatment” options will simply drain every last penny you have in your bank account and then some.
Believe me, I know! I shelled out over $780 on all the above searching high and low for ways to reverse tennis elbow and kept on suffering!
It wasn’t until I learned the following 3 rehabilitation and treatment techniques for elbow tendonitis and tennis elbow. First you should know that the term elbow tendonitis and tennis elbow is simply the same condition. Pain, tenderness, inflammation on the outside of your elbow.
The first way on how to rehabilitate tendonitis in your elbow is to immediately follow and implement the R.I.C.E. principles. Without following these basic guidelines, you simply will not get better. They are acronyms for R – Rest, I – Ice, C – Compress, E – Elevate.
The second effective treatment for elbow tendonitis is hot/cold water immersion therapy. Get 2 deep buckets, sinks or tubs where you can sink your injured arm up past your elbow. Fill one bucket with hot water the other with ice water. And do add ice to the water. Start by immersing your injured elbow in the hot water for 1 minute, then immediately switch to the cold water for 1 minute. Do this for a second time, but for 2 minutes and then for a third and final time of 3 minutes in hot water, 3 minutes in cold water. You should get immediate pain relief!
The third and most effective way to rehabilitate elbow tendonitis is to follow 5 proven tennis elbow home treatment techniques that take just a few minutes every other day to do. And the best part is that you don’t need any exercise gadgets or medical devices. (Hint: Everything you need can already be found in your home or garage).
Just click on the button below where a video will reveal these 5 simple steps will show you how to rehabilitate elbow tendonitis and tennis elbow right now!