Tag Archive | Physical Therapy

How Is Lateral Epicondylitis Treated In Physical Therapy?

How Is Lateral Epicondylitis Treated In Physical Therapy?

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 […]

How Effective Is Physical Therapy In The Treatment Of Tennis Elbow Injuries?

How Effective Is Physical Therapy In The Treatment Of Tennis Elbow Injuries?

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? […]

Is Exercise The 1st Priority In Healing Medial Epicondylitis?

Is Exercise The 1st Priority In Healing Medial Epicondylitis?

When it comes to treating an injury like Medial Epicondylitis / Tendinosis (Golfer’s Elbow) one of the first things we usually hear is: “Better do some exercises for it!” But, the question I’m posing is: Are rehab exercises really a top priority when it comes to the tendon healing process? (And should you actually start […]

Rubber-Bar Rehab? [Podcast]

Rubber-Bar Rehab? [Podcast]

Can one type of muscle contraction (The Eccentric) be that much more effective than another when it comes to healing and rehabilitating Tennis Elbow?… Is the eccentric approach and the “FlexBar” rubber bar device, often used to perform it, really a treatment breakthrough – Or just another gimmick? Visit Tennis Elbow Classroom for More articles […]

Tennis Elbow Rehab: Concentric Vs. Eccentric Exercise [Video]

Tennis Elbow Rehab: Concentric Vs. Eccentric Exercise [Video]

There’s a lot of talk lately about the benefits of ‘Eccentric Exercise’ in Tennis Elbow rehab – But can one type of muscle contraction be that much more effective? – Or is the eccentric approach just another “gimmicky” exercise fad? Full article, video and podcast on Eccentric Exercise