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How Tennis Elbow Is Diagnosed – Is There A Test?

Tennis Elbow Is Diagnosed Almost Entirely On Symptoms

Illustration of Tennis Elbow

Diagnosis of Tennis Elbow

Whether your doctor says you have Lateral Epicondylitis, Elbow Tendonitis or the common term of Tennis Elbow, this diagnosis is nearly always based on the simple description of your Tennis Elbow symptoms. (What is Tennis Elbow?)

There are no objective tests; no blood or lab tests, and although an MRI can see into the tendons and help with a diagnosis, they are rarely prescribed in the early stages of the injury.

There are a couple of simple muscle “resistance” tests that you can basically do yourself, however…

For the full article visit: How is Tennis Elbow Diagnosed?


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