Tennis Elbow - Lateral Epicondylitis
Tennis elbow occurs on the outside of the elbow and is often the downfall of up and coming
tennis players. It is basically an overuse injury that can inflame or damage the extensor tendons
of the wrist and fingers.
Other causes can be too muscle work at a computer, other racquet sports, gym, weightlifting
and most sports that involve gripping.
Treatment involves releasing the wrist and finger extensors, the supinator muscle, the anconeus
and the triceps. Not to mention the other myofascial connections to the lateral elbow.
Dry needling can also help bring nutrients to the tendons and speed up the healing process.
Techniques that can help back pain include:
Sports & Remedial Massage
Active release techniques (ART)
Trigger Point Therapy
Deep Tissue Massage
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