Tennis Elbow Treatment And Exercises
Lateral Epicondylitis, commonly known as Tennis Elbow, is rarely seen among tennis players.
Excessive use of the hand and wrist is caused by the tension of the forearm muscles. Nerve tightness (flattening, hernia, joint problems) or shoulder problems are also seen in the neck area.
Unless the mechanical problem in the spine is corrected, only the treatments applied to the elbow do not provide a grunge solution and may cause the problem to pass to other joints or often repeat.
With methods like manual therapy, chiropractic and osteopathy, the problem can be solved more related to the outcome. The problem will be solved with proliferation, ozonotherapy, neural therapy, massage, exercise methods and minor changes in daily life.
Symptoms of Tennis Elbow:
Pain and tenderness on the outside of the elbow,
Pain in the elbow or wrist
Pain when a heavy article is removed,
Pain that occurs when a punch is made, an object is caught, a handshake or a door handle is turned.