Tag Archive | Lateral Epicondylitis
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?
Learn why Advanced Massage Therapy Techniques are the best way to treat your own Tennis Elbow or Golfer’s Elbow, and discover the most powerful self-massage methods to use – Straight from an experienced, professional Neuromuscular Massage Therapist.
If you have Tennis Elbow and go to see your Doctor for diagnosis and treatment, it’s very likely that you’ll be given a prescription for Physical Therapy treatments. But, the question is: How likely are those treatment to help you fully recover? (Or to at least to put you well on your way to healing […]
View on Youtube: Physical Therapy For Tennis Elbow: What If It Doesn’t Help? If your Doctor prescribes Physical Therapy for your Tennis Elbow, but it doesn’t help – What then? OR if you’ve yet to see your Doctor, how likely are Physical Therapy treatments to help you fully recover from your Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow? […]
It’s that time of year again when many people get back out on the tennis courts and golf courses and start swinging, volleying, chipping and driving! Many call it spring – but I call it Tennis Elbow Season!
Watch on YouTube here: Look Out! It’s Tennis Elbow Season – Warning Signs Of Tennis And Golfer’s Elbow Via Tennis Elbow Classroom
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.)