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The Tennis Elbow Inflammation Fallacy: Why You Don’t Have To Fight It [VIDEO]

VIDEO #2 In The “Two-Minute Tennis Elbow Tutorial” Series

Inflammation: It’s the biggest #TennisElbow myth of all time! Here’s why you don’t have to chase, treat and worry about it – And why the inflammation-fighting approach is a dead end, and may do you more harm than good. Two-Minute Tutorial Video Intro

Here’s the Two-Minute Tutorial series Playlist on YouTube

Here’s my full, in-depth post with a longer video:

Tossing The Tendonitis Myth Article And Video

Downloadable Podcast Version

To download the podcast go to: Smashing The Tennis Elbow Inflammation Myth

Inflammation is, hands down, the ultimate sacred cow of Tennis Elbow (or ‘Lateral Epicondylitis’ / ‘Elbow Tendonitis’)

And if you’re still fighting, treating, “managing” or otherwise chasing it – here’s why you can stop.

Medical researches first started finding evidence over 30 years ago that the original persistent or Chronic inflammation / “Tendonitis” theory on Tennis Elbow was incorrect.

(And this goes for most other tendon problems, generally known as ‘Tendinopathies,’ as well.)

Since that time, it’s been conclusively proven that the vast majority of Tennis Elbow cases do not involve any significant inflammation and shouldn’t be called TendonITIS, EpicondylITIS – Or anything ending with “ITIS” that would suggest an inflammatory condition.

Tossing The Tendonitis Myth Article And Video

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2 comments on “The Tennis Elbow Inflammation Fallacy: Why You Don’t Have To Fight It [VIDEO]

  1. […] Smashing The Inflammation Myth – Part One (The basic idea) and… […]

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