The elbow is the joint that connects the end of the upper arm bone, distal humerus, to the bones of the forearm, radius and ulna, with ligaments, tendons and muscles.The elbow allows us to bend, exten...
Tennis elbow treatment varies depending on who you talk to. Tennis elbow has been around for quite some time and afflicts a good portion of our population. Age and gender are not discriminating facto...
To the uninitiated, Golf it is merely hitting a little white ball whilst going for a Sunday stroll in park like surrounding. For the golfing enthusiast Golf is a fascinating lifetime pursuit of...
The exact cause of lateral epicondylitis is not absolutely certain. Common theory is that that lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow is the result of consistent use or overuse of the limb. This co...
Tennis is a physical sport. Running, jumping, swinging, and sometimes diving on the hard court; like any sport, there are many ways that tennis players can incur an injury. However, there is one injur...
You keep feeling pain in your elbow and can not figure out why. You are in great physical condition and play tennis every weekend with friends when the weather is nice. You have even joined a tennis c...
Next to a baseball pitcher, tennis players are the next group of athletes that often tweak their elbows. Acupuncture for tennis elbow relief is a no brainer.Acupuncture for Tennis Elbow ReliefTenni...
I bet many of you have heard of the R.I.C.E. principle. It has been around and used for many years to treat various injuries, mostly muscle related tears, swelling and inflammation. In this ca...
Playing your best on the tennis court requires strength, endurance, flexibility and coordination. All of these things can be approved upon with the right exercises, thus making you stronger, faster an...
Tendons themselves are cords of tough, fibrous connective tissue that attach muscles to bones. Tendinitis is an inflammation of the tendon. The condition may also involve the tendon sheath, usually...