A lot of people from all walks of life suffer from the most commonly reported type of elbow injury – tennis elbow.  It is much more widespread than you think.  If you perform any type of repetitive action, tasks or movements on a daily basis that requires a tight grip on an object combined with elbow rotation and twisting for an extended period of time, you are at a high risk of developing this terrible injury.

For those who are afflicted with this nagging injury, the search for tennis elbow relief can sometimes seem endless, as nothing seems to stem the pain and agony.

Interestingly enough, in spite of its prevalence, only a small portion of the world’s population knows what tennis elbow is. As a result, they are not able to make use of effective treatment that would have saved them from experiencing pain for days, weeks or even years at a time.

Here is a simple but effective stretch that you can use daily for temporary relief from your stubborn tennis elbow pain.

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Please remember that this is NOT a permanent tennis elbow solution. It only temporarily removes  some of your nagging symptoms and provides minimal relief from tennis elbow.  The mistake that many sufferers make is taking the wait and see approach when trying to cure tennis elbow.  But the truth of the matter is that, tennis elbow gets worse the longer you wait to treat it!

But you don’t have to shell out hundreds of dollars of your hard earned cash on doctors, physio, anti-inflammatories, elbow braces/straps/bands, cortisone shots or invasive surgery – all which will only take away your money and not your pain!

In fact, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home for fast tennis elbow pain relief!

All it really takes to cure your tennis elbow pain for good and permanent relief from tennis elbow are 5 simple, step-by-step techniques that you can do from the comfort of your own living room while sitting in your comfy chair, watching your favorite TV show – without any special exercise equipment or gadgets!

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46 Responses to Tennis Elbow Relief – Try This Great Stretch

  1. Laxmi Ravi says:

    Simple and very useful exercise.

    Thankls

  2. Nick says:

    Thank you very much. After a week I can now straighten my arm now without much pain. Its helping for sure.

  3. Ashok says:

    I am doing hammer exercises .Now iam feeling better ,will revert back to you after doing towel exercise

  4. Donald Edwards says:

    My arms was so bad I was unable to do anything but rest it until now. I am beginning the hammer exercises and yes it has increased the soreness a little but I can feel that healing tingle beginning deep in my elbow. The backhand part of my elbow is what is affected and the damage is very much localized. I look forward to employing the towel exercise and will give feedback soon!! Don

  5. Eithne says:

    The hammer exercise made my elbow hurt more initially but I am hope the more I do it the more it will benefit. Trying the towel exercise today and hope to get some relief from that.

  6. Eddie says:

    Dear sir,
    Thank you so much for your regular tips on tennis elbow treatments..
    Keep them coming pls….
    The hammer exercise is really good, can feel it working on the tendons and actually I can feel some relieve after the work out…
    As for the inflammatory crems, gel I think it doesn’t help at all, did not feel any relieve at all.So for me I would stop applying these over the counter pain relieve creams etc. But not sure if it will kill you for applying them.. Just my 2 cents worth of comments..
    Thks…
    Keep your tips coming, appreciate very much…

  7. Jim Boyd says:

    Just about to try the towel stretch, I play a lot of golf and badmington so hoping this helps, will come back later with update, JB.

  8. judy says:

    i have tried the hammer excise still got pain but am going to try the towel stretch

  9. Barbara says:

    Thanks for all the tips you have sent me…..I was in terrible pain with this tennis elbow….but since I have incorperated your excercizes into my daily routine (some I do driving to work) my elbow is starting to feel alot better…I can even lift my coffee cup now without too much pain…..keep the tips coming :)

  10. suresh geedh says:

    its great

  11. manju says:

    thanks, the exercise tips which is working on me.hope i am trying to do regulary.but some it won’t open because i computer is very slow. thanks again

  12. […] treated or even avoided, if you are armed with the right information.  Yes, you can get permanent tennis elbow relief […]

  13. […] option for those who can’t afford to take time away from work but want quick tennis elbow relief, is to change up the way you do things.  If your tennis elbow pain is in your right arm, try […]

  14. tenniselbowtips says:

    Hi Alfonso,

    Have you tried these 3 tennis elbow exercises?

    Best Regards
    Geoff

  15. Alfonso says:

    This excercise dose not work for me because I do not have my left arm. So please send us an excercise that will require the right arm. I thank you for all your advises.

  16. Posta says:

    I tried it myself just now only for the right hand side and that also just two turns. Repeating it for five times is little difficult…..may be because this is the first day, but I’ll certaily continue it because even the little I did has relieved my pain a bit. Once I have done the full thing I think I’ll be able to give a better feed back. Thank you so much for this help.

  17. cheryl says:

    Thanks, tips have been helpful,

  18. elie says:

    this is an exellent technique thx.

  19. Mrudula says:

    This techniques are helping me a great deal and trying to incorporate in my daily routines.Thank you for the support and tips

  20. Thank you for your tips which are very useful. I will be happy if you forward some more tips to cure tennis elbow pain.

  21. sangay says:

    Thank you for the regular tips which I’m just beginning to use. When in pain, I’ll try anything to ease it. And when it comes from an expert it sure is reassuring.

  22. ekanem says:

    Dr. sir,
    I have just received your mail thank you very much. I will get across to you after trying it out.
    Cheers!

  23. tenniselbowtips says:

    Hi Marty,

    The hammer exercise will not make your tennis elbow condition worse. It’s normal to feel a little soreness when you start out with this exercise over the first few days as you are working the small muscles in the forearm that are weak. This exercise is gold for strengthening your forearm to help prevent further elbow damage.

    Best Regards,
    Geoff

  24. Marty says:

    This is a response to the hammer exercise. Why does this exercise make my elbow feel worse??
    Please advise,

  25. meleni says:

    This techniques are helping me a great deal and trying to incorporate in my daily routines.Thank you for the support and dedication.

  26. Rupesh says:

    Dear sir,
    Thanks for the tricks shown. I will try out them out and revert to you in a few days.
    Regards
    Rupesh Shah

  27. Santhosh says:

    Dear sir,

    Thank U for your valuable advice and tips.

  28. mary says:

    I have been in pain for 3 plus weeks in counting..I shook soomeone’s hand..How long does this last?

  29. Mark Gander says:

    That helps I have only tried it once and feel difference already. O before I forget the hammer routine has been very helpful as well. Along with my daily wieght training I hope the pain subsides for good. Thanks again

  30. Chirag Patel says:

    May this tricep stretch could help me. Because I did every thing for healing the pain of elbow but all things works for a short span of time. Any way thanks for giving helpful tip.

  31. dr rasha says:

    thank you alot i will try it with my patients

  32. omprakash sharma says:

    Sir,
    Happy to note that there is someone to take care of me.
    Thanks

  33. asha chadha says:

    still swelling pain mostly in the morning little stiff

  34. admin says:

    Hi Robyn,

    Glad to hear your pain and swelling has disappeared. If your bone is sticking out this may just be genetics. As long as you don’t have any pain, I wouldn’t worry about it. Bones are surrounded by muscle, so if you REALLY wanted to make the bone look smaller, build up the muscles around it ;)

    Cheers
    Geoff

  35. ROBYN MIOSGE says:

    HI GEOFF,
    THE PAIN AND SWELLING AND BURNING HAVE GONE BUT THE BONE IS STICKING OUT, HOW DO YOU GET RID OF THAT?……

  36. […] third tip for fighting tennis elbow is to incorporate some simple tennis elbow stretches before you start your day and also practice them during your work […]

  37. edge says:

    this is great. thanks you! more power!… :-)

  38. jung,ryan says:

    thank you so much……

  39. chetana says:

    Thanks, it is so simple I will try it & than speek later

  40. RUBEN says:

    thanks,,i will try this technique and i will get back to you…

  41. Mansour Ramadan says:

    thank you very much for your interest and i will relax my hand long time without doing any thing so once the pain that i feel reduce i will perform this exercise
    Thanks alot
    Best regards

  42. Hasan Abbas says:

    I will certainly try and tell you about its efficacy later.

  43. I am sory to say that I did not tel anything about anti inflamtory cream and you have given some news about it to me . kindly go through again my prblm and help me thanks

  44. N S Babu says:

    well it seems simple and comfortable, i will try it &later iwill respond

  45. felmina says:

    I will certainly try it and comment thereafter

  46. Ramesh says:

    This is an excellent technique.So simple,but immensely helpful….Thank u very much

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