I was told in 2005 that I had tennis elbow and needed surgery. I had surgery in 2005 on my right elbow. Now it is red swollen and hurts every time I touch it. Is it possible to have the same problem again?
I have a knot in my back and from looking at anatomical pictures it looks like a tendon that hurts. It hurts when I touch it and it "clicks" when I move my arm a certain way and when I do exercise. Should I stop exercising? What kind of doctor should I see? How would tendonitis be treated if that is the cause? Thanks
Thanks, I do go to a gym, and that’s how I noticed the problem.
I have been enduring blunt pain in my elbow for about 2 to 3 months now. I have been told by a professional that I have tennis elbow. Honestly, I am getting sick of not being able to work out or play sports without having to worry about the pain. How long should tennis elbow pain last? and should I do something other than just resting in order to speed up the healing process?
This is a video of a simple tennis elbow stretching protocol by Dr. Allan Mishra from Total Tendon.com
Has anyone used the graston technique treatment for achillies tendonitis and had success with it?
I am considering using the graston technique to treat my chronic achillies tendonitis. Does it work?
do you know what is the best Tennis Elbow Treatment Methods ? i want to get many information.
Is it alright to ski if I am overcoming tibialis anterior tendonitis and just sprained my ankle today?
I may have had a stress fracture in september and was later told i have tibialis anterior tendonitis that kept me from being allowed to run since august. im in the process of getting orthotics to get back to running fully again but im lightly running until the shipment comes in. today i hurt my ankle running and im icing it like crazy. i want to ski sooo badly this week but is that a bad idea?
www.TennisElbowTips.com – Tennis Elbow Therapy at home using a simple massage technique for tennis elbow called Cross Fiber Friction Massage. Give it a try for temporary relief from tennis elbow.
I recently developed tennis elbow from practicing martial arts. Does anyone have any suggestions on what kind of brace works best for this injury? Please list specific brands if one has worked for you. Thanks.
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