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*Results will vary. Testimonies featured are actual clients of Impact Training and their partnered coaches. Consult a physician before beginning any fitness regimine. Coaches are not dieticians and any nutrition coaching should be taken as suggestions. Suggestions are not intended to diagnose, cure or treat any medical disease. 

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. 

Foam Roll Palm Up
Starting at the elbow, slowly roll down to wrist and back up.
Foam Roll Palm Down
Starting at the elbow, slowly roll down to wrist and back up.
Fingers Up Stretch
Keeping arm straight, draw fingers towards the ceiling. Grip with other hand to stretch fingers and wrist slightly toward top of arm.
Fingers Down Stretch
Keeping arm straight, use other hand to press top of hand toward forwarm.
Ball Rolling Palm up
Same motion as foam rolling but using a tennis or lacrosse ball.
Ball Rolling Palm Down
Same motion as foam rolling but using a tennis or lacrosse ball.
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