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Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis Therapy – Injection for Tennis Elbow?

Posted June 28th, 2010 by Ian Constable 19 Comments

Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis Therapy – Should I have an elbow injection?
If recommended by your specialist YES -
BUT in my opinion only after

  1. you can fully straighten your elbow
  2. you have a good stretch in your extensor muscles
  3. you have tried a few weeks of a structured rehab program

AND you still have pain!

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Elbow Injuries – Can You Straighten Your Elbow?

Posted June 28th, 2010 by Ian Constable 13 Comments

This video checks whether you can fully bend and more importantly fully straighten your elbow.
The ability to fully straighten your elbow is crucial for people suffering from elbow pain.
If you suffer from Tennis Elbow pain then it is essential that your elbow straightens fully – otherwise your elbow pain will not improve!
Follow the instructions carefully and compare both arms.

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Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis Exercises – How to Stretch

Posted June 11th, 2010 by Ian Constable 12 Comments

This is the Best Tennis Elbow Exercise to stretch out your Tennis Elbow.
I much prefer the method shown in this video – you can accurately compare the two sides by how far forward you can take your wrist.
This is the technique I recommend you use to stretch out your elbow at least 2-3 times a day.
Initially aim to hold each stretch for at least 10-15 seconds and repeat 4 times.
It is possible to hold the stretch for 30 seconds with practice.
Rest for at least 10 seconds between each stretch.

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Tennis Elbow Injury – What Is Tennis Elbow?

Posted May 26th, 2010 by Ian Constable 5 Comments

It is thought that an Acute Tennis Elbow injury consists of microscopic tears in the attachment of the Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis muscle to the bone.
This tearing results in the stimulation of the repair process which increases collagen production and new blood vessel growth.
This increase in blood vessels may explain the Tennis Elbow symptoms as well as a local increase in temperature.

I also discuss the action of the muscle at the elbow and wrist.

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Tennis Elbow Treatment – Does Rest Cure Tennis Elbow? | tennis elbow cure

Posted May 25th, 2010 by Ian Constable 4 Comments

Resting your arm will settle the pain in your elbow.
HOWEVER – if you do anything that uses your arm strongly then the problem will return!

This is because rest allows the pain to settle but the repair that takes place is not structurally as good as it could be and it easily breaks down again.

You need to stimulate repair of the degenerated tendon by doing specific exercises in a controlled fashion over the course of several weeks.

This produces an effective repair of the damaged tendon and means that you are much less likely to suffer a recurrence of the problem.

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Best Stretch for Tennis Elbow | stretch tennis elbow

Posted May 21st, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

This is the easiest stretch for your Elbow.
The video shows it as a test – for a stretch you should hold the stretch position for 20 seconds.
Make sure that you keep your elbow straight throughout the stretch.
Rest for a few seconds and repeat this 4 times.

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Return to Sport and Work with Tennis Elbow

Posted May 21st, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

We have to accept that generally with sport we are going to have some sort of injury problems. With Elbow and Forearm pain and a sport (or job) that involves repetitive gripping there is always a problem with deciding on when to restart activity and return to sport or work. Go back too soon and the injury flares up again. Take an extra few weeks off and you have missed out on training and preparing for a competition and also you lose conditioning and your competitive edge!

When do I return to sport? – When the test in the Video in the post does not cause significant pain….

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Tennis Elbow Symptoms – Have I Got Tennis Elbow?

Posted May 18th, 2010 by Ian Constable 1 Comment

Tennis Elbow Symptoms can be difficult to separate from other elbow problems.
Even if you have Tennis Elbow there may be several possible complicating factors which affect what exercises you need to be doing to get better.
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Pull Ups with Tennis Elbow

Posted March 25th, 2010 by Ian Constable 12 Comments

Tennis Elbow pain is very easily aggravated by Pull Ups.
There are a few reasons:

  • gripping bar too tightly
  • overhand grip
  • wide grip

I will explain each of these

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Forearm Pain – Essential anatomy of forearm muscles.

Posted January 18th, 2010 by Ian Constable 59 Comments

Forearm pain has lots of different names and causes. So, do you have Tennis Elbow?  Golf Elbow?  Biceps Tendinitis? De Quervain’s Syndrome? or Arthritis? With such a complicated arrangement of forearm muscle it can be difficult to decide. Read on and I’ll help you to work it out for yourself…

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