Lateral Epicondylitis: Treatment Options for an Aggravating Diagnosis

Posted by Lori Algar OTD, OTR/L, CHT on Fri, Apr 13,2018 @ 06:37 AM

Clients with lateral epicondylitis (also known as tennis elbow) consistently appear on my schedule. As therapists, we know that swinging the tennis racket is not the only possible cause of this diagnosis. Lateral epicondylitis is due to a degenerative process at the poorly vascularized origin of the wrist extensors on the boney prominence at the lateral elbow. It is often contributed to over use of the wrist extensors. Individuals with this diagnosis often describe pain at the lateral elbow that is persistent, very uncomfortable and limiting.

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