Category: Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis Elbow: Often Misunderstood

We have often thought of tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis as an “inflammatory condition,” as indicated by the title. This is partially wrong. It is actually a tendinopathy; that is, a breakdown of the common extensor tendon as it attaches to the lateral epicondyle. As a result, simple anti-inflammatory or steroid treatments will often not work and can create chronicity, preventing the patient from getting better. A tendinopathy needs a very specif... Read More
Posted by Mark Tinsey at Monday, January 15, 2018

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