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Tennis Elbow

What is tennis elbow?

Otherwise known as lateral epicondylitis, tennis elbow is an injury where the tendon that attaches the wrist muscles to the outer side of the elbow become inflamed and degenerated. This can normally be attributed to overuse of the muscles from activities that repetitively activate the wrist extensors (the muscles that bend your wrist backwards). For example, desk-based workers commonly suffer from tennis elbow due to typing on a keyboard continuously. Similarly, anybody using tools ...

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Shockwave Therapy

There has been a lot of press about the effectiveness of the shockwave machine, such in this aShockwave2rticle from the Daily Mail.

Shockwave therapy was originally used as a treatment for kindney stones but it’s therapeutic benefit for soft tissue injuries has only been realised fairly recently.

It works by delivering high energy soundwaves into the painful area to re stimulate the healing process. ...

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