Tennis Elbow, And A few Questions About Tendons And Tightness


I have been having elbow pain for almost 6 months.

I saw an orthopedic and I was given a diagnosis of bilateral tennis elbow.

I had strange symptoms, though. It wouldn't hurt to extend my wrist, but occasionally I would have sharp pains at the epicondyle.

My muscles in my forearms, upper back, and hands often feel tight.

What can I do to ease the tension permanently and restore proper function of my muscles.

I'm 18 years old and I was training for powerlifting until I got injured.


Joshua Answers:

Well, you have youth on your side. That's a plus.

Ultimately, you need to kick out the inflammation in your forearm(s), relax the muscles, and open up the connective tissue constriction that is keeping the structure too tight with too much tension and increasing the likelihood of daily reinjury.

There is a lot or resource on this website if you read through it.

And I highly suggest 'The Tennis Elbow Treatment That Works' DVD.

It has all the explanation and activity you need to reverse the Tennis Elbow Tendonitis dynamic. And it's a tool/set of knowledge you can use the rest of your life and weight lifting career.

The RIGHT actions will get you the results you want.

Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
The Tendonitis Expert

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