Is it time for a Tennis Elbow Cure that actually works?
The longer you ignore it or continue to use methods that don't actually help your tennis elbow symptoms, the deeper the Tendonitis dynamic will develop into your structure and ecology.
It's not going to go away on it's own. As you have probably already noticed, it goes away, comes back, goes away again, comes back again.
It will continue to do this. That is how repetitive motion and tendonitis works.
Even if you have tried lots of other methods, there really is a cure for Tennis Elbow.
It doesn't matter if you've been in pain for months, or years, or decades. When you treat Tennis Elbow the RIGHT way, results are quick and reliable.
There are lots of options out there that people usually go through first, because they are the common and official treatments for tendonitis of the lateral epicondyle.
In my experience, people become frustrated and hopeless after spending time and money on various doctors, treatments, and products that the find here and there. And they are still in as much or more pain than they were before they started.
There Are Many Products and Treatments on the Tennis Elbow Treatment Market
However, not just any old thing will effectively turn chronic Tennis Elbow Tendonitis around.
An effective treatment MUST adequately address all the necessary parts of the Tennis Elbow dynamic.
If you don't successfully suppress the Inflammation Response, the pain won't go away.
If you don't successfully reverse the Pain Causing Dynamic you will continue down the Downward Spiral of increasing tightness and pain.
If you don't successfully get your now WAY TOO TIGHT muscles and connective tissue back to a soft, relaxed state, your pain might go away for a while, but it will always be very close to a new onset of pain. No curing Tennis Elbow for you!
And if you have actual scar tissue build up on the tendon, you better deal with that, or sooner or later your body is going to notice that it's getting re-injured again and start the whole process over again.
Not only does a Tennis Elbow Treatment have to target each of these areas, it has to overcome the bad stuff, or it was wasted effort.
I know 'bad stuff' is a pretty technical term, but I like that one can look at this as simply, or as complex, as one wants.
I prefer simple. Do X, Y, and Z, and you will get results.
Like all Tendonitis, Tennis Elbow follows a specific pattern of progression. Reverse the pattern, and you get better.
Plus, trips to the doctor's office can get expensive
I'd be all for people going through the time and expense of doctor's visits if they got real results. Most of my clients I see after they have tried everything out there, and are still in pain.
A Tennis Elbow cure doesn't have to be expensive. And the truth is, most of the work you have to do yourself, at home.
Something like the expert massage therapy that I and some others provide is great and can do wonders, but it's -your- elbow. You're going to be attached to it for the rest of your life.
The best cure for Tennis Elbow is one you can do by yourself, at home.
And realistically, to be effective, any real cure for Tennis Elbow has to be simple, not complex. For whatever reason, we humans have this thing where they would rather be in pain than put out a lot of effort.
One of my business competitors has a product that is like 6 DVDs, a couple of manuals, and some other stuff online.
That seems like a lot of work to me.
I put everything you need on a single, easy to watch DVD.
And it will only take 12 minutes a day, and once you get the pain good and gone, you can do that or less as needed, if necessary, to maintain as continue to do the job or sport or hobby you want to do, as much as you want to do it.
The Right Focus
The truth is, most people with Tennis Elbow don't have Tennis Elbow Tendonitis, they just have REALLY TIGHT muscles and connective tissue, which when you combine that with Inflammation, creates a long lingering pain causing dynamic.
The most successful cure for Tennis Elbow will treat the dynamic, not just the symptoms, and it will target all aspects of the problem, not just 'the tendon'.
It's much bigger than that.
Lateral Epicondylitis, or Tennis Elbow, is one version of Elbow Tendonitis.
Usually we perform some repetitive motion which causes our muscles to tighten up, eventually stay tight, and then either a process of Inflammation kicks in or we get little bits of wear and tear damage to the overworked tendon. Often both.
This is part of the pattern that tendonitis follows, and it's no different for Tennis Elbow. Curing Tennis Elbow also follows a specific pattern.
Tennis Elbow is less of an injury and more of dynamic. If you want a tennis elbow cure that effectively gets rid of the problem, you have to REVERSE the dynamic. If you don't reverse the dynamic, your elbow pain may get less, but the problem itself won't get fixed and won't go away.
The best Tennis Elbow cure is going to hit -every- factor of the Tendonitis dynamic...the tightness, the role the nervous system plays, the inflammation, and all the others.
The usual methods like anti-inflammatory drugs like Ibuprofen, splints and braces, corticosteroid injections, and Tennis Elbow surgery will never ever be a fix for Tendonitis and Tennis Elbow because they each only target a single factor (and even then not very well).
Make sure you know the answer to the question: What Is Tennis Elbow?
Make sure you know the answer to the question: What Is Tendonitis?
You can cure Tennis Elbow.
Maybe you think surgery is next. Maybe you've already had it, and still aren't back to 100%.
The reason those methods didn't work to cure Tennis Elbow is because they DID NOT successfully target the right issue.
Tennis Elbow is a dynamic. A progressive mechanism. There's a lot going on there under the skin. And the pain didn't just show up out of the blue, it was happening long before you felt pain.
Your Lateral Epicondylitis, just like everyone else's, follows a very specific pattern.
If you want a Tennis Elbow cure, you must reverse the pattern.
Everything and ONLY what you need to know and learn is on The Tennis Elbow Treatment That Works.
If you invest the right amount of time and energy into the RIGHT Tennis Elbow cure plan and program, you will get surprisingly satisfactory results.
It doesn't really matter how long you have been in pain, or how much pain you are in. It's all the same dynamic, and people are somewhere on the spectrum from mild to severe.
The same treatment methods are effective no matter where on the spectrum you are. Severe just means it will take a little more time and a little more effort spent curing Tennis Elbow dynamic.
Would you spend 12 minutes a day for a week to make the pain go away? 15 minutes?
If you want a simple, effective treatment for Tennis Elbow that you can do at home and get real results from, you may want to get my DVD 'The Tennis Elbow Treatment That Works'.
There is no risk, you can get your money back if you use it and don't get the results you want.
No surgeon or doctor will offer to give you your money back if what they prescribe doesn't work. And you can't use a bottle of pain killers or get a corticosteroid shot and get your money back if it doesn't work.
The most important part of actually curing Tennis Elbow is doing the RIGHT activities. There's a correct tool for every job.
No correct tool, no effective Tennis Elbow cure, equals wasted time and disappointment.
Make sure you use the RIGHT tool, and you can get back to using your hands and arm as much as you want, pain free.
There are a lot of other tools out there, feel free to try them if you like, and compare which ones work and which don't.
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