Archive for February 2015

Tennis Elbow- Exercise, ASTYM, Inject, or Rest?

Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is typically described as an inflammatory condition of the connective tissue attaching to the lateral epicondyle secondary to repetitive strain. However, the term is a misnomer as there is no clear microscopic evidence of inflammation, but rather degeneration of the tendons inserting into the lateral epicondyle.1 This begs the question, should…

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