What Is Tennis Elbow?
An excellent, animated Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow anatomy video, by Dr. Ebraheim, largely about “The Tennis Elbow Muscle” The Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis – and its tendon, and the dysfunctions that affect it, as well as medical treatments, including PRP, Fenestration and surgery. Tennis Elbow Anatomy Video: The Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis Tendon was originally […]
My @Quora post: Why Aren’t Sonograms Used More Often? Why isn’t Diagnostic Ultrasound / Ultrasonography used much more often in Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow diagnostics and assessment? Post by Allen Willette: Why Aren’t Sonograms Used More Often To Diagnose Tennis Elbow? Why Aren’t Sonograms Used More Often To Diagnose Tennis Elbow?
What’s the first thing they tell you to do when you have Lateral Epicondylitis? Treat, reduce or “manage” the inflammation – Right? Well, here’s why inflammation is the biggest Tennis Elbow fallacy of all time – And why you can forget all about it!… In this podcast episode I explain why you don’t have to […]
What is Selfie Elbow? – How do you get this weird but potentially serious injury – And how do you properly treat it? Is your elbow burning or does it feel like it’s going to “get stuck” or fall off from taking so many selfies? (Or just texting on your phone or using your iPad?) You may […]
If this simple scan can tell how severe your Tennis Elbow injury is – Why won’t your Doctor offer you one – And when should you ask for it? Read full article on The Sonogram as a Tennis Elbow Test here If you think you have Tennis Elbow or have been diagnosed by your Doctor, […]
Yard work is a great way to get exercise in the fall. Sourced through Scoop.it from: 6abc.com Yes, you can certainly develop Tennis Elbow (or Golfer’s Elbow) from doing yard work, whether raking leaves, gardening or snow shoveling. Suddenly doing a lot of something you’re not conditioned or “used to” doing can be a recipe […]
From Yahoo Sports Singapore: Tennis elbow occurs very uncommonly in professional players or experienced players. In particular, when the backhand is played using much of wrist movement, rather than a single flowing motion of the turning body, together with a properly positioned shoulder and elbow, with the racquet held with a firm wrist – this […]