Revolutionary New Treatment Provides Needed Relief for Tendon Injuries
Tennis elbow hurts. And, you can suffer from the condition even if you have never stepped out onto a court – grass, clay or concrete.
As a matter of fact, most cases of Elbow Tendinopathy hit people who don’t even play racquet sports, according to the Mayo Clinic. People with jobs that require the repetitive motions that can lead to the painful condition include plumbers, painters, carpenters and butchers.
The pain usually spreads from the outside of your elbow into your forearm and wrist, making it difficult to shake hands, turn a doorknob or hold a coffee cup. The first course of treatment for Tennis Elbow and other tendon injuries typically includes over-the-counter pain medications and rest. If this doesn’t work, though, you might need surgery.
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