Watch on YouTube here: Look Out! It’s Tennis Elbow Season – Warning Signs Of Tennis And Golfer’s Elbow
In this video Philipp Streubel, M.D., of the UNMC College of Medicine, explains when to consider Tennis Elbow surgery – And reveals that it resolves on it’s own 90% of the time without surgical intervention.
Should I Have Surgery For My Lateral Epicondylitis? was originally published on: https://tenniselbowclassroom.com (Read the full article there.)
In this video Surgeon, Dr. R. Jeffrey Cole presents the Tenex FAST procedure for Tennis Elbow surgery revealing that in most cases of Lateral Epicondylitis, “Rather than inflammation or Tendonitis, degeneration and scarring are present withing the deep under surface of the tendon,” – Stating that this damage can be quickly and easily repaired using this newer, less-invasive surgical procedure.
Demo Of Minimally-Invasive FAST Tennis Elbow Surgical Procedure was originally published on: https://tenniselbowclassroom.com (Read the full article there.)
For those of you who lift weights, Jeff is a good trainer to listen to. In this video he describes a type of wrist pain that’s common to weight lifters involving the Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex, which includes cartilage and ligaments that are sometimes strained and torn.
Wrist Pain With Biceps Curl Exercises: What Causes It And What To Do About It was originally published on: https://tenniselbowclassroom.com (Read the full article there.)
Chiropractic Doctor demonstrates seven exercises for Tennis Elbow rehab and for improving shoulder strength – especially for tennis players.
Doctor Demonstrates Exercises For Tennis Players With Tennis Elbow was originally published on: https://tenniselbowclassroom.com (Read the full article there.)
Watch on YouTube here: Tennis Elbow Surgery – How Do You Know When It’s Time? (Lateral Epicondylitis)
When you have an extremely stubborn, chronic case of Lateral Epicondylitis or Medial Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow or Golfer’s Elbow)
And you’ve been struggling with for it months – Or maybe even for years!
► When should you realistically begin to consider surgery as a treatment option?
► How do you know if you’re a good candidate for a surgical procedure or not?
► And when is it time to abandon more conservative treatment options, because you’ve tried hard enough and long enough?
(These are not easy thoughts to face or questions to deal with for anyone who considers surgery a last resort!)
I hope this episode helps you in your decision making process, if you find yourself starting to wonder!
Here’s my full, detailed post on this difficult question if you’d like to look at a few other considerations:
Leif Shiras and Andy Gerst of Tennis Warehouse discuss ways for tennis players to reduce their risks of developing or aggravating a Tennis Elbow injury, including racket choices, string types and grip sizes.