Tennis Elbow Tutor
Can you develop Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow from playing your guitar? (Or any other stringed instrument, for that matter?) Unfortunately, yes, all too easily… And whether you call it Guitar Elbow, “Guitar Tendonitis” or Guitar Tennis Elbow, this podcast episode is all about helping you get off on the right track, understanding and treating your […]
If you play Pickleball and are starting to experience pain in your elbow area, look out! You may be coming down with a case of “Pickleball Elbow!” Here’s the podcast episode on Libsyn: http://tenniselbowclassroom.libsyn.com/pickleball-elbow Hi, this is Allen Willette with the Tennis Elbow Classroom podcast, and I want to help you get off on the […]
If you play Pickleball and are starting to experience pain in your elbow area related to playing, look out! You may be coming down with a case of “Pickleball Elbow!” It’s no joke!… I just did a Skype consultation this morning with one of my student members who plays Pickleball in Arizona (where the sport […]
Dry Needling is a treatment for Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow and other conditions that involves repeatedly sticking a needle into tissues (usually muscles or tendons) which are not healing properly in the hopes of stimulating a healing response. Or for the purpose of “deactivating” highly-irritable, pain-causing spots in muscles, known as a ‘Trigger Points.’ The […]
Lotions, creams, sprays and medicated anti-inflammatory gels are often used to treat Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow symptoms – But can these topical remedies help you heal your injured tendons – Or are they just going to rub you the wrong way? Here’s the full article on Topical Remedies For Tennis Elbow (preview below) Can […]
Are you looking for which exercises to do when you have Tennis Elbow – And which exercises are best? You’re in the right place – But let me ask you this, first: Are you sure it’s the right time to begin those exercises? Because, I have to tell you, there IS a right time and […]
Dry Needling refers to two techniques used to treat Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow. One uses Acupuncture Needles to treat Trigger Points in muscles, and the other uses Hypodermic Needles to stimulate a healing response in dysfunctional tendons.