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Tennis elbow: I am getting an injection!

Why does tennis elbow happen?

Besides the acute trauma to the elbow from a fall, accidents etc, one of the most common chronic pain of the elbow is tendonitis due to repetitive gripping.  576 more words

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Can You Get Tennis Elbow From Yard Work?

Yard work is a great way to get exercise in the fall.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: 6abc.com

Yes, you can certainly develop Tennis Elbow (or Golfer’s Elbow) from doing yard work, whether raking leaves, gardening or snow shoveling.

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Can I Continue With Upper-Body Exercises If I Have Tennis Elbow Or Should I Stop And Rest?

This is a question I answered on Quora. Here’s my answer:

Whether it’s wise or safe to continue working out your upper body when you have Tennis Elbow depends on several factors:

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What is the best type of brace for tennis elbow (tendinitis in the elbow)?

Answer by Allen Willette:

The question of "What's the best type of brace?" assumes a brace makes sense for treating Tennis Elbow the first place – But does it?

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Is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) An Effective Treatment For Tennis Elbow?

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and the similar Autologous Blood Injection (ABI) appear to be a promising, new treatment approach to stubborn, chronic tendon injuries, like Golfer’s and Tennis Elbow – But is that just the “hype” talking?

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Platelet-Rich Plasma For Treating Lateral Epicondylitis: Does It Work? [Video]

Could Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy be a new Tennis Elbow treatment breakthrough? – Or is it actually an expensive, unproven fad, driven by rock star-athlete publicity and questionable medical studies? 251 more words

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Corticosteroid injections for tennis elbow

A clinical article in the “Examining the Evidence” series published in Medical Observer.

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