TENNIS ELBOW REHAB
You don't have to be a tennis play to experience this overuse injury.
Tennis elbow, medically called lateral epicondylitis, is an inflammation of the tissues that connects the forearm muscle to the elbow bone. As a type of tendinitis, this injury usually occurs as a result of a repetitive movement; screwing in a nail, playing tennis, painting.
Signs Include: stiffness of the elbow, persistent aching, pain that gets worse with grip. Normally the pain is felt on the outside (lateral aspect) of the elbow.
With a combination of rest, ice and stretching, below are a few ideas that help recover from tennis elbow. We always encourage everyone to consult their doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment plan.