Tag Archive | Surgical Procedure
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 […]
When you have an extremely stubborn, chronic case of Tennis Elbow or Golfer’s Elbow, you’ve been struggling with for months – (Or even years!) When should you start to consider surgery as a treatment option?
If you feel like you’re getting to the end of your Tennis Elbow rope, and you’re starting to ask yourself whether a surgical procedure might be the way to go, this video by surgeon, John T Knight, M.D., of the Wrist and Hand Institute may help you understand what’s involved. (A clear and simple animation […]
When you have an extremely stubborn, chronic case of Medial or Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow injury)… And you’ve been struggling with for it months – possibly even years! When should you realistically start to consider surgery as an option? How do you know if you’re a good candidate for a surgical procedure or […]
If you have a bad case of Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow, when should you start thinking about surgery? How do you know when it’s time? – That you’ve truly exhausted your more conservative options and you’ve done all you can?
A surgeon who claims to perform surgeries, including for Tennis Elbow, that may only work due to the placebo effect – And a surprising recent medical study comparing actual Tennis Elbow surgery with a “placebo” procedure! Sourced through Scoop.it from: storify.com Ian Harris, an Australian Orthopedic surgeon has confessed to performing surgery “that doesn’t work” […]