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multimodal care that included an education booklet (disease process, self-management, ergonomics) along with elbow manipulation, exercise (supervised and home-based), and self-manipulation was found to be statistically and clinically more important than education alone for persistent lateral epicondylitis.
Currently, degeneration of the origin of the extensor carpi radialis brevis (ECRB), repeated micro trauma and incomplete healing response has been accepted as the cause of lateral epicondylitis by most of the researchers (3).
Effects of low-level laser and plyometric exercises in the treatment of lateral epicondylitis.
Tennis elbow has been known more formally as lateral epicondylitis, but this is actually a misnomer, said Dr.
Lewis Yocum and diagnosed with lateral epicondylitis, more commonly known as tennis elbow.
In one case, for example, a hotel executive received a diagnosis of right lateral epicondylitis (elbow) and de Quervain's tendonitis (thumb).
Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)--caused by continued stress on grasping muscles of the hand on rotation when the forearm faces upward or forward.
A TENNIS elbow - known medically as lateral epicondylitis - is often caused by a faulty grip.
Chronic Conditions Effectively Treated by GISTM * Carpal tunnel syndrome (wrist pain) Scars * Plantar fasciitis (foot and arch pain) Adhesions * Cervical sprain/strain (neck pain) Restrictions * Lumbar sprain/strain (low-back pain) Muscle spasms * Achilles tendinitis (ankle pain) Muscle pulls * Rotator cuff tendinitis (shoulder pain) Trigger points * Patellofemoral disorders (knee pain) Tendinitis * Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) Muscle strains/sprains * Medial epicondylitis (golfer's elbow) Shin splints
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