Tennis Elbow Therapy – Ice Massage

Help fix your tennis elbow with this cool tennis elbow therapy ice massage – you can do it every single day

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  1. maccaD49, 23 November, 2008

    hey nice video.
    but just a couple of things.
    if the pain is on the inside of the elbow then thats actually golfers elbow.
    and icing should be done for around 10 minutes or untill the area is completely numb.
    it should be done after playing, because tennis elbow brings inflamation of the tendon, so the ice therapy helps reduce inflamation and reduces the pain after playing.

  2. ToddScott21, 25 November, 2008

    thanks for the comments, few things I’ll add: 1) the video is for tennis elbow, not golfers elbow.
    2) Tennis elbow isn’t limited to tennis players or golfers.
    3) Ice should be applied throughout the day, not just after a workout or tennis match.

  3. mehdipan2009, 04 March, 2009

    kbhk

  4. 00sven00sven00, 15 March, 2009

    my elbow makes crunching sounds when i lift stuff, especially when i do curls( which ive stopped completely!) and it hurts, my doctor told me to leave it coz any sort of treatment or therapy would more than likely aggravate it, just wondering if you know what it could be? thanks.

  5. Charger55, 21 April, 2009

    Hi Todd
    I just saw your videos & I was wondering my son is 11 yrs. old & he plays baseball & has a cannon for an arm at such a young age. My son played in a tournament last week he is a catcher & outfielder he complained his elbow was hurting after the game & he went to the Dr. had an MRI & X-ray he has inner tendonitis do these stretching & stick excercises work for baseball players the Dr. said he has tennis elbow. Thanks Todd U ROCK!!!!!!!! Mando

  6. petitmiam75, 23 April, 2009

    If the doctor can’t tell you, maybe try a new doctor until you find a better one. I get pain when I lift things, and feel like I am about to drop them, and the doctor says it’s tennis elbow.
    Try an osteopath, they will be careful, and maybe the bones are just misaligned. Or a physiotherapist, and try not to lift too much, or overexercise it.
    Ice should help too for the pain.

  7. celedeox54, 23 April, 2009

    hi tod great vids i do karate and it not good but your vids have helped loads keep em coming cheers john

  8. rgs2654321, 25 May, 2009

    if it hurts on the outside it’s tennis elbow (lateral epicodilitys) inside it’s golfers elbow (medial) I am a fellow weight lifter with the same problem man in both arms…It’s breaking me right down… you got to take off man just like me…

  9. attofarad32, 17 June, 2009

    Here’s a handy hint for icing, especially those spots that need it a lot. Freeze water in a styrofoam cup, then just peel off enough to expose for icing. As the ice melts, peel off a bit more. Your fingers holding the ice won’t freeze that way.

  10. syncopater999, 22 June, 2009

    Thanks for the useful videos and I am going to try the exercises. I have already started some of them. A great tip I worked out myself for icing the elbow is to use an elasticated frozen wine bottle cooler sleeve on the elbow. Left for 20 or so minutes till it thaws works great on the elbow then back into the freezer for later. No mess and no drips.

  11. crazzyboy93, 12 July, 2009

    I’ve had this pain for about 2 months after I moved heavy tree branches that we cut down, and got the pain afterwards. Should I stay off of it and use some kind of a brace? If so, what do you recommend? After how long a period of time would a cortisone shot be a good idea?

  12. jesoby, 26 September, 2009

    my elbow was cured by similar treatment to this ie massage ignoring any pain until goes numb then massage 5mins more then 20mins ice pack.

  13. smokesar, 17 October, 2009

    how much time off? fuck i cant even close my socks drawer or push close a car door..i went to physical therapy and it hasnt realy helped..

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