Monthly Archives: June 2011

Preventing and Treating Tennis Elbow in Tennis players (Part-III)

Muscles Affected: Extensors / Supinator In Tennis Elbow, pain directly on the lateral epicondyle and/or one to two (1-2) inches distal to the lateral epicondyle in a more generalized area, are the most significant areas of complaint.  The location of … Continue reading

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The Prevention and Treatment of Tennis Elbow In Tennis Players (Part-II)

Mechanism of injury: Tennis Those suffering from Tennis Elbow are often those that play frequently, or for long periods of time, are highly competitive, have bad technique, especially in the backhand, (3) and are usually over the age of thirty-five. … Continue reading

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The Prevention and Treatment of Tennis Elbow In Tennis Players (Part-I)

Tennis Elbow, or Lateral Epicondylitis, is a condition where repetitive or direct trauma has resulted in micro-tears of the wrist extensor muscles at the musculotendinous or the tenoperiosteal junctions of the lateral epicondyle, or possibly both, leading to irritation, inflammation, … Continue reading

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