- Tennis elbow (Lateral epicondylitis)
- This is a condition characterised by pain and tenderness at the lateral epicondyle of the humerus
- Occurs due to non-specific inflammation at the origin of the extensor muscles of the forearm. (MCQ)
- Activites causing Lateral epicondylitis(MCQ)
- tennis players
- carrying a suitcase
- Clinical presentation
- Patient presents with tenderness, precisely localised to the lateral epicondyle of the humerus.
- Pain is aggravated by putting the extensor tendons to a stretch; for example, by palmar-flexing the wrist and fingers with the forearm pronated. (MCQ)
- Elbow movements are normal. (MCQ)
- X-ray does not reveal any abnormality.
- Analgesics-anti-inflammatory drugs for a week
- If there is no response, a local injection of hydrocortisone at the point of maximum tenderness generally brings relief.
- Golfer’s elbow (Medial epicondylitis)(MCQ)
- inflammation is at the origin of the flexor tendons at the medial epicondyle of the humerus.
Tennis Elbow / Golfer’s Elbow – Everything You Need To Know – Dr. Nabil Ebraheim Educational video describing the difference between the conditions know as tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow.
Treatment for Tennis Elbow – Chiropractor, Active Release, San Mateo, CA
We use Active Release Therapy to treat and resolve your tennis elbow pain. The pain is a result of scar tissue and degeneration within the muscles and tendons which enable your wrist to extend back. This is a motion required during your tennis swing. The scar tissue and degeneration is caused by overuse and repetitive motion
The Truth About Tennis Elbow (WHAT REALLY CAUSES IT!)
Tennis elbow is definitely one of the most common orthopedic sources of pain that can crush your ability to effectively workout let alone get through your day. The problem with tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis as it is more formerly known, is that the cure and treatment for it are often misguided. In this video, I show you the real cause of tennis elbow and where you should be looking if you want to learn how to fix it once and for all.
The first thing you have to realize is that the cause of pain is very seldom coming from the actual place that you are hurting! In the case of tennis elbow, the source of your symptoms is almost always going to be somewhere other than in your elbow. Just like in the knee, the elbow is a hinge joint with very little motion. Its function is dictated by the biomechanics available in the more mobile joints above and below it (the shoulder and wrist in this case).
Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylectomy and Repair Common Extensor Origin
Tennis Elbow Healing: What’s Taking So Long?
Lateral Tennis Elbow / Medial Tennis Elbow Surgical Video – The Nirschl Procedure 1988
Dr. Robert Nirschl of the Nirschl Orthopaedic Centers video presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Meeting 1988 on Medial and Lateral Tennis Elbow Surgery
Three Tennis Elbow Exercises
These exercises stress the tendon to just enough to cause repair for the tennis elbow condition, but must be done in a very controlled manner.
KT Tape: Tennis Elbow
Tennis Elbow is the common name describing the condition Lateral Epicondylitis, or inflammation of the outside portion of the elbow resulting in soreness and tenderness. Though, recent research has shown that the condition is not as much inflammatory as it is degenerative (microscopic injury to the tendon).
Tennis Elbow — Symptoms and Treatments for Elbow Pain (Q&A)
Orthopedic Surgeon, Khurram Pervaiz, M.D., describes the symptoms of tennis elbow and the surgical and non-surgical treatment options. Dr. Pervaiz practices with the Orthopaedic Associates of Central Maryland specializing in shoulder, elbow and hand surgery and has privileges at Howard County General Hospital in Columbia, Maryland
Tennis Elbow Rehab Exercise
What Is Tennis Elbow???
Tennis elbow is a form of elbow tendonitis. This is a painful condition that occurs when tendons in your elbow are overworked and inflamed. This is caused by repetitive motions of the hand and arm.
Despite the name, tennis elbow can occur in people who don’t play tennis (even though it is a common injury among tennis players). People who do a lot of repetitive motions, either through working out in the gym or doing physically demanding labor work, often get tennis elbow (i.e. mechanics, carpenters, painters, butchers, plumbers, etc.)
The pain of tennis elbow occurs primarily where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to a bony bump on the outside of your elbow. Pain can also spread into your forearm and wrist.
Tennis Elbow Treatment and Exercises –
Don’t worry, in this series of videos I’m joined by a full time athletic trainer who’s going to show you the exercises that he uses to treat his patients for both golfers and tennis elbow. Even debilitating cases of them.
In this first video we’re going to be talking about stretches that you can use to start treating your tennis elbow and golfers elbow. Once you start getting things stretched out it’s extremely important that you start strengthening the area as well which we’ll be showing you how to do in video 2 and video 3.
Tennis Elbow Exercises – 6 Effective Tennis Elbow Exercises to do at home
Tennis Elbow Exercises – 6 effective Tennis Elbow Exercises
Tennis elbow treatment can take many forms from ultrasound treatment through to elbow surgery. Epicondylitis surgery is the last resort for Tennis Elbow tendonitis and can be prevented with an appropriately structured course of Tennis Elbow exercises.
The video playing above is just a general few exercises to get you started but what you need is an exercise program that takes into account the level of Tennis Elbow that you have.
That’s where my FREE TENNIS ELBOW VIDEO ASSESSMENT at http://www.diyinjuryrehab.com/tennis-… makes all the difference. It carefully works out what level of Tennis Elbow exercise is appropriate for your elbow injury at this time – “not a one size fits all” approach (like most others I see on the internet!)
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Lateral Epicondylitis or Tennis Elbow Treatment
Treating lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow with Graston Technique to decrease pain and speed healing. Combining Graston Technique, Massage Therapy, and Physical Therapy speeds healing in Chandler AZ
Physical Exam for Epicondylitis & Differential Diagnoses for Elbow Pain
Exam for lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow), cubital tunnel, and radial tunnel.
What is Lateral Epicondylitis with Dr. Ron Short
Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis Injection – Everything You Need To Know – Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
Educational video describing the condition know as Lateral Epicondylitis or “tennis elbow”.
Lateral Epicondylitis Surgery
Bobby Chhabra, UVA Professor, describes his technique for open lateral epicondylitis surgery.
Dr. Jason Worrall-How To Fix Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
Tennis elbow is a classic strain/sprain associated with several muscles
Many people suffer needlessly through injections, usesless treatments, and the likes, all ignorant of it’s cause and proper treatment.
Watch this video to find out how easy it can be to fix the muscle imbalance that causes tennis elbow.
Interested in a personal concierge consultation to see if your tennis elbow is easily fixed:
Effective concervative therapy for Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
Chiropractic Physician, Dr. Flynn Vick discusses Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis), a condition that results from repetitive use. Proper diagnoses is essential to improved healing time and correct course of care. Dr. Flynn Vick details the causes and symptoms of the problem and discusses various treatment options.
Dr. Vick is a Board Certified Chiropractic Physician, located at Pro Chiropractic in Belgrade, MT. He has a vast experience treating athletes of all levels. At ProChiropractic, you are treated individually with the latest and best chiropractic and sports medicine approaches.
How To Rehab Medial Epicondylitis
Coach Shreck shares with you his techniques on how to treat and rehab medial epicondylitis, commonly known as pitchers elbow.
Surgery for Medial Epicondylitis by Dr HC Chang
Medial epicondylitis or Golfer’s elbow. Surgery for golfer’s elbow. Dr HC Chang, Singapore Orthopaedic Surgeon
What is Medial Epicondylitis with Dr. Ron Short
Reverse Tyler Twist” for medial epicondylitis (“Golfers Elbow”)This exercise was designed by physical therapist Tim Tyler as an eccentric exercise for medial elbow pain, otherwise known as “Golfers Elbow”.
Golfer’s Elbow Treatment Program
Medial Epicondylitis, also known as “Golfer’s Elbow” is a condition where micro-tears occur in either the musculotendinous junction (muscle to tendon attachment) or tenoperiosteal junction (tendon to bone attachment) of the flexor muscles, resulting in pain and inflammation of the affected tendons.
Common treatment practices include long-term rest, over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications or cortisone injections, but all of these treat the symptoms, not the actual condition.
By performing a simple massage, stretch and exercise routine, you can eliminate Golfer’s Elbow in a few, short weeks.
KT Tape: Golfers Elbow
Golfers elbow or medial epicondylitis is a common overuse injury that is a form of tendonitis. Pain results from inflammation of the tendons as they attach to the inside of the elbow. The pain radiates down the inside of the forearm. Among golfers, this condition is most prevalent at the beginning of the season or when there is a sudden increase in activity. Causes can include poor body mechanics and improper fitted equipment. The condition usually goes away with rest. KT tape can be helpful in managing the pain and remaining active using the following application.