The application of self myofascial release techniques for soft tissue injures has been around and in use for decades. The use of SMR techniques involves applying pressure to the tissues that have been injured and affected.
When it comes to tennis elbow, self myofascial techniques can be implemented to help speed […]Continue Reading →
Have you recently noticed a little elbow pain and tenderness, especially when you lift a grocery bag or grip a coffee mug? If so, you just may be in the early stages of tennis elbow. But where exactly is tennis elbow located and why does it hurt so much?
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When you develop tennis elbow, most people know that it is classified as a repetitive strain injury (RSI). But did you know that there are two types or classifications of RSI? And why should this matter when it comes to healing and treating your injury?
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For example, tennis elbow and water on the elbow is pretty much refers to the same category of elbow injuries.
Tennis elbow is also sometimes referred to as students elbow, plumbers elbow or lateral epicondylitis.
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If you’re looking for the fastest possible way on how to speed up your tennis elbow comeback without giving up your work or favorite sport, or perhaps you want to regain your strength and flexibility as quickly as you can…Continue Reading →
Wouldn’t it be great if once you were diagnosed with tennis elbow, your Doctor told you not to waste money on elbow braces or cortisone shots and to simply start an in home tennis elbow workout and treatment program to help you heal and recover!
What we know about tennis elbow […]Continue Reading →
Do you have pain, discomfort, stiffness or a burning sensation on the outside of your elbow? Does it get worse when you turn a doorknob or make a fist?Continue Reading →
Tennis elbow primarily develops in your dominant arm. If you are left handed, then if you have elbow pain on the outside of your elbow, then you most likely have tennis elbow. […]Continue Reading →
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What we do know is that tennis elbow occurs when you start to experience pain and discomfort on the outer part of your elbow and upper forearm region.
The reason for the pain is that you’ve suffered a small tear to the tendon that attaches on the outside of your elbow.