Tennis Elbow Injury Physiotherapy Treatment
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What Is Tennis Elbow?
Doctors know the condition as lateral epicondylitis. The rest of us call it “tennis elbow.”
The term has entered wide use, though only a small group of people diagnosed with tennis elbow actually get it from playing tennis.
Tennis elbow is a common injury that will usually heal with minor treatment, but you have to give it time and rest.
Tennis Elbow Symptoms
The most common symptom of tennis elbow is an ache on the outside of the elbow. Over time — from a few weeks to a few months — the ache turns into a chronic pain. The outside of your elbow may become too painful to touch.
Eventually, you may find it harder or more painful to grip or lift things. Sometimes tennis elbow affects both arms.
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Tennis Elbow Treatment
Your doctor may ask you to do some simple actions to see whether you have tennis elbow. These include straightening your wrist against pressure and checking for pain in parts of your arm. He may also order an MRI scan for you.
Tennis elbow can usually be treated with exercise, physical therapy, and medications such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), naproxen (Aleve), and aspirin. Talk to your doctor if you have ongoing pain and think you may need to take pain relievers for an extended time.