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What type of exercise (s) can I do for my tennis elbow to strengthen it?

What type of exercise (s) can I do for my tennis elbow to strengthen it?

The hammer exercise: An exercise that is effective in strengthening tennis elbow is the "hammer" exercise. With your elbow bent at 90 degrees and forearm parallel to the floor, hold in your hand the end of the handle of a hammer (or tennis racket). Rotate your forearm and wrist so that the hammer head forms an arc from left to right and back again. Do this several times a day to strengthen the brachioradialis muscle. ...Read more

Tennis Elbow (Definition)

Also known as lateral epicondylitis, this is a painful condition of the ...Read more


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How can I cure tennis elbow?

How can I cure tennis elbow?

Rest, ice & nSAID's: Rest, ice and anti-inflammatory medications are initial treatments for inflammation. Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is a overuse injury involving the outside of the elbow. For persistent symptoms, a brace, oral/injectable steroids and/ot therapy may be needed. Avoid things that make your symptoms worse. It make take up to 6 months for symptoms to resolve. See an orthopaedic surgeon. ...Read more

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How can I cure tennis elbow fast?

How can I cure tennis elbow fast?

Ice.: Icing the affected area 3-4 times/day. Stretch and strengthen the elbow/forearm muscles. You may need to see an athletic trainer or
physical terapist, to be shown the correct exercises. ...Read more

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How can I cure my painful tennis elbow?

How can I cure my painful tennis elbow?

Bracing: For tennis elbow, try wrapping your arm and elbow with a pillow or blanket at night to create padding protection and a make-shift brace to limit elbow flexion while you sleep. Keeping the arm semi-straight, padded, and to your side at night allows the tendons involved to start the healing process. ...Read more

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Has anybody really been cured from tennis elbow?

Yes.: Tennis elbow can be cured up to 90-95% of the time. Most go away with medication and physical therapy. Stubborn ones may require a cortisone injection. The worst of the worst generally benefit from surgical treatment. ...Read more

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Has anyone actually been cured from tennis elbow?

Has anyone actually been cured from tennis elbow?

Absolutely: The large majority of patients with tennis elbow fully recover. For some patients, it may take 1-2 years, as tendons heal very slowly & repetitive stress on the tendon does not allow for a rapid recovery. Wrist splint, eccentric strengthening of the forearm extensors & relative rest help many patients. Cortisone or prp injections are beneficial for many. The fast procedure is another great option. ...Read more

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What is the best way to cure / relieve tennis elbow?

What is the best way to cure / relieve tennis elbow?

Brace rest: Rest, counterforce bracing and exercises. See a rehab physician or orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

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Can you explain if it's practically possible to cure tennis elbow?

Can you explain if it's practically possible to cure tennis elbow?

Yes: Tennis elbow can be well treated with several options, from oral anti-inflammatories to topical anti-inflammatories, regular stretches, steroid injections, and even surgery if necessary. See an orthopedic surgeon who can take you through the treatment steps until your pain is resolved. ...Read more

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How long does tennis elbow last? What are symptoms? What are exercises that are helpful?

How long does tennis elbow last? What are symptoms? What are exercises that are helpful?

Tennis elbow: Symptoms mainly involves soreness at the outside bony portion of the elbow, generally triggered by repetitive motions or grasping. Will often improved with rest, if a person can avoid the motion that triggered the information in the first place. Sometimes the information will linger for weeks to months. Massaging the area with the other hand, stretching the muscles that attached to this bone, and taking anti-inflammatory medicine like ibuprofen can be helpful. Some people also find that wearing a strap wrapped fairly tightly around the forearm about 2 inches below the elbow also helps take the pressure off this area. If cutting off circulation, then is too tight. If not improved in a couple weeks, see your doctor for treatment. ...Read more

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How many repetitions of elbow exercise should I do to strengthen my tennis elbow without injuring it?

How many repetitions of elbow exercise should I do to strengthen my tennis elbow without injuring it?

Low weight, high rep: After an initial period of rest, most patients do best with a rehab protocol based on low weights and high repetitions. In my practice that means two sets of at least 15 reps in each set. If you play a sport, you can gradually resume the sport as symptoms resolve. A tennis elbow strap may be useful to minimize symptoms. For new onset of pain, a course of nsaids may be prescribed also. ...Read more

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Hi, Iam 47 years old (female).i got tennis elbow, .please provide me some medicines to have and exercises to do.

Hi, Iam 47 years old (female).i got tennis elbow, .please provide me some medicines to have and exercises to do.

See details: Google exercises for tennis elbow. Also wear a tennis elbow band. Ifall else fails have itinjected with cortisone. Meds are ineffective. ...Read more

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I have had left tennis elbow for 2 months, been to 10 PT sessions and do my exercises at home, but it isn't getting better. What else can I do?

I have had left tennis elbow for 2 months, been to 10 PT sessions and do my exercises at home, but it isn't getting better. What else can I do?

Tennis elbow: Lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is a common overuse injury to the elbow. Have you tried couterforce bracing? If conservative treatment has failed consider cortisone/prp injections, both are very effective. ...Read more

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What are cures or treatments for the pain and swelling from tennis elbow?

What are cures or treatments for the pain and swelling from tennis elbow?

Start with RICE: Lateral epicondylitis (aka "tennis elbow") is a common overuse injury to the elbow. In order to treat the pain, I recommend you start with rice, follow with stretching/ strengthening (therapy), & consider couterforce bracing. If these treatments fail you may be a candidate for cortisone or prp injections. Some people end up needing surgery...

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What weight training exercises can I do with tennis elbow?

What weight training exercises can I do with tennis elbow?

Not a lot: Pretty much any weight training exercise will aggravate tennis elbow as they require a strong hand grip that is an aggravating motion for tennis elbow. I'd better have the tennis elbow treated first and then résumé weight exercising. ...Read more

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What is the best way to cure and prevent return of tennis elbow?

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Do I need to take anti inflammatories to cure tennis elbow or can it heal without them? Not concerned with the pain factor

Do I need to take anti inflammatories to cure tennis elbow or can it heal without them? Not concerned with the pain factor

No: Actually, although nsaids are commonly recommended, most studies are inconclusive and contradictory regarding effectiveness. Tissue biopsies of lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) show mostly deterioration and not inflammation. ...Read more

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Have anyone ever cured tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)?

Have anyone ever cured tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)?

Yes: Most patients return to normal function, no pain. 90% improve without surgery using nsaids, tennis elbow strap, ot, cortisone injections. Only 10% require surgery. If diagnosis correct, 90% of surgical results good/excellent. ...Read more

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I have tennis elbow in left arm. How do I treat. Suggest the medicines and exercise?

I have tennis elbow in left arm. How do I treat. Suggest the medicines and exercise?

Let me explain: Tennis elbow treatment well known and published in a lot of book and site. Some of them may respond to the treatment, but what would you do if did not respond, you to go and see the doctor. ...Read more

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How long could it take for tennis elbow (tendinitis) to be cured?

Up to 1 year: Most of the time tennis elbow is self limiting and the problem resolves itself in a few days or weeks. In rare cases it can last for up to a year and at that point surgery would be recommended. ...Read more

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I am suffering from early symptoms of tennis elbow on both hands. Please tell exercises and works to avoid.

I am suffering from early symptoms of tennis elbow on both hands. Please tell exercises and works to avoid.

Can last long: Try to avoid excessive supination (opening your hand from palm down to palm up). Ice the area and massage vigorously ...Read more

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How can you prevent tennis elbow from happening? If exercise, what muscles should we focus on?

How can you prevent tennis elbow from happening? If exercise, what muscles should we focus on?

Use brace: Gentle stretching of the arm is recommended almost immediately after tennis elbow develops
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it is important to look at the cause of tennis elbow to help prevent its recurrence. If you are an athlete and poor form or the wrong equipment caused the injury, get a professional coach to help you make the correct adjustments. Stretch before playing and ice your arm after playing. ...Read more

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Which is the cure for tennis elbow and shoulder bone spur?

Which is the cure for tennis elbow and shoulder bone spur?

For bone spurs in: The shoulder, a joint replacement would be a cure, since it removes the arthritic bones ; restores function;
for tennis elbow: there is no cure, but the symptoms can be controlled quite adequately, with pain meds, te strap, stretching exercises, massages, steroid ; prp (plasma rich platelets) injections or surgery if nothing helps. ...Read more

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I have an elbow ache and suspect a tennis elbow as it is consecutive to intensive sport activities. How can I verify this and cure it.?

I have an elbow ache and suspect a tennis elbow as it is consecutive to intensive sport activities. How can I verify this and cure it.?

Get an exam: The best way to verify and get the most accurate diagnosis is to get the area examined by a trained health care provider. Once diagnosed, the treatment specific for said diagnosis will follow. Best wishes to you. ...Read more

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Could acupuncture cure tennis elbow and shoulder bone spur?

Very unlikely: But it's also unlikely to do any harm, if practiced correctly. ...Read more

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Can getting acupuncture cure tennis elbow and shoulder bone spur?

Can getting acupuncture cure tennis elbow and shoulder bone spur?

Yes and no: Acupuncture is used to relief pain from a lot of problems, I do not believe it could cure bone spur. ...Read more

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Is it possible that acupuncture cure tennis elbow and shoulder bone spur?

Is it possible that acupuncture cure tennis elbow and shoulder bone spur?

Acupuncture will: Not heal a bone spur. However it can improve pain from a spur. Tennis elbow is often recurrent. Acupuncture can very effectively treat tennis elbow (but that doesn't always translate to a cure). ...Read more

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Can you accelerate the healing process of tennis elbow other than wrist exercises? Do nitric oxide patches help?

Can you accelerate the healing process of tennis elbow other than wrist exercises? Do nitric oxide patches help?

Prob. Not: See your physician for further tx. Options. Usually rest from power grip activities, nsaids, ice massage, and possibly anti inflammatory cream can be helpful initially. If no improvement a local steroid or prp injection can help. Last option is tennis elbow release. I have little experience w/ Nitric Oxide patches. Good luck! ...Read more

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What is tennis elbow?

Lateral elbow pain: An injury to the origin of the wrist extensor muscle mass along the lateral elbow. It's an overuse injury largely related to ergonomics. Treatment involves rest, and activity modifications. Cortisone shots can be damaging. The differential diagnosis includes a cervical radiculopathy. ...Read more