It's that time of year again... T-shirts, tee times and tennis rackets – Most call it spring – but it's also Tennis Elbow Season! Here are the early warning signs of Tennis Elbow to watch for, what to do if you start feeling them – And how seriously to take them.
Chiropractic Doctor demonstrates seven exercises for Tennis Elbow rehab and for improving shoulder strength – especially for tennis players.
Leif Shiras and Andy Gerst of Tennis Warehouse discuss ways for tennis players to reduce their risks of developing or aggravating a Tennis Elbow injury, including racket choices, string types and grip sizes.
A look at golf magazine websites, medical studies and surveys, suggests that golfers not only get Tennis Elbow, they actually suffer this condition more often than Golfer's Elbow! (Why is Tennis Elbow a more common golf injury?)
A top 10 list of common tennis-related injuries, including the top 5 (worst and most common) Acute Injuries and the 5 most common Chronic / Overuse Injuries. Injuries that are often lumped together, but which are very different in origin.
Is it really necessary (for the sake of healing) to stop playing tennis or golf when you have Tennis Elbow?… Or is it sometimes okay to “play through it” IF you’re careful? – (And if you are taking time off from the court or course to focus on healing, when is it safe to start playing again?)