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Prevention for Tennis Elbow

To prevent Tennis Elbow is easy…  Do not overuse your muscle. If you are doing repetitive work of sports, start with light weight and follow instruction. There are some exercises to strengthen your arm muscles. Remember all the movement has to be slow. 1. Squeeze and Release Grip a soft ball in the hand. Squeeze and release a soft ball for 2-3 minutes, 3-4 times a day. 2. Wrist Flexion Stretch Hold your arm out straight, palm down. Use your other hand to…

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Cure Tennis Elbow with Acupuncture

The symptom of Tennis Elbow is a pain. If you choose to go to your doctor, most likely you will get prescription of pain reliever such as Tylenol, acetaminophen or Ibuprofen etc. You may choose physiotherapy. Physiotherapy treatment can include improving range motion of your neck and elbow joints, electrotherapy, elbow Kinesio taping, muscle stretches, massage and muscle strengthening. If you choose acupuncture,  your pain will be relieved at the fastest pace. Most acupuncturist will insert sterile needles into large…

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Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is the inflammation of the tendons which attach the extensor carpi radialis brevis to the outer bony prominence (lateral epicondyle) of the elbow. Tennis elbow is also called lateral epicondylitis. Tennis Elbow not only always happens among the tennis player due to repetitive movements of the wrist but also occurs in anyone who strains the tendons of the forearm. Tennis elbow usually has following symptom Tenderness on the outside of the elbow Morning stiffness of the elbow…

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Better Choice For Pain Relief

When you experience pain such as migrant, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, muscle sprain, arthritis, what do you usually do without second thought. 80 % of people choose to  take Advil and Tylenol.  The pain is to some extent relieved.   But after 4 to 8 hours, the same pain creeping back and getting worse.You take more pills and more pills or go to your doctor. What will your doctor do? Prescribe you some stronger pain relief medicine such as tramadol,…

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