Tennis Elbow Injury Treatment Options and Recovery
The standard options for treating tennis elbow include rest, anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy, and surgery. Nonsurgical treatment mainly focuses on addressing the symptoms, but do not resolve the cause of the pain. If symptoms do not respond to nonsurgical treatment, or are severe enough, surgery may be recommended. Surgery for lateral epicondylitis is minimally invasive using Tenex Health TX technology, which precisely targets your damaged tissue and gently removes it. Read also: How does Tenex work?
Check this video by Alejandro Badia, M.D. and his surgical team at Badia Hand To Shoulder Center
Tennis Elbow: What it is, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
Lateral epicondylitis is a tendonitis commonly known as “tennis elbow”, although the majority of people with lateral epicondylitis have never played tennis. The condition causes pain on the outside portion of the elbow over a bony prominence named the lateral epicondyle. Learn more about Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) and the new techniques to treat “tennis elbow” injuries.
Many times local orthopedists in Ecuador, Peru and other Latin American and Caribbean countries refer their patients to me because we do tennis and golfer’s elbow repairs using minimally invasive procedures.” Dr Badia
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