Massage Therapy for Common Sports Injuries : Sports Massage for Tennis Elbow

A professional massage therapists shows sports massage techniques for helping the common athletic injury known as tennis elbow in this free massage video lesson. Expert: Alexson Roy Bio: Alexson Roy has been certified and licensed as a massage therapist for over 8 years. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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  1. caribbeangifts, 27 April, 2008

    very very good!

  2. asv786, 28 April, 2008

    acupunture is best solition

  3. NatalieHC, 20 June, 2008

    excellent help, but your clients circulation in her hand wouldnt be very good with a tight red band around her wrist

  4. stefanmirza2, 25 June, 2008

    i don’t know why,but i never had tennis elbow,instead,i am suffering of wrist pain…can you please help me somehow? thank you.

  5. MyLittleDickens, 07 July, 2008

    i cant move my elbow up or down very much and im trying to regain movement for wrestling next year. my uncle said that i should take a small weight and reax my elbow so it will be pulled down by the weight and one of my coaches did it too. im wondering if theirs anything elts i can do to regain movement please respond!

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  7. MIXMASTAPWN, 16 July, 2008

    i play tennis all the time and i get this so bad i gotta sit out matches i normally icy hot my arm down but one time i played with it and it continued to spread up my arm all the way into my shoulder and i didnt know they had a way to massage it

  8. supertrex2, 20 July, 2008

    Damm you might break her Arm. jk 🙂

  9. Sherrie42704, 02 August, 2008

    Thank you so much for this posting!

  10. cooper200, 17 March, 2009

    I would also like to add that Deep Fascial release up the extensers along with Transverse friction around the Lateral epicondyle is a great treatment as well. What do you think?

  11. Shipra86, 12 April, 2009

    thanks alot for this video, i tried this massage, it felt so much better, thank again.

  12. sentforth5, 09 August, 2009

    I needed this…I got busted!!

  13. 777beccah, 06 October, 2009

    i am a physical therapist and have to let you know that tennis elbow is the term for irritation of the extensor muscles that originate off the LATERAL/OUTSIDE epicondyle..NOT the medial like he says. Medial epicondyle irritation is golfer’s elbow…he got it wrong. So you would want to massage the extensor muscles instead..I also don’t think he did a very good job going into detail about his message technique. Man you cannot believe everything you see…he even seems unsure of himself here

  14. johnsmdm, 09 October, 2009

    yeah in 97% of the cases in the world the extensor brevis which goes from the middle finger to the common extensor tendon in the elbow sirs..small tear take exactly a year to heal no matter what…

  15. matthewthomas123098, 15 October, 2009

    this guy needs to work on his anatomy

  16. johnsmdm, 11 November, 2009

    777 if you do the research you will realize the extensor carpi radialis brevis is the main cause of pain on the lateral epicondyle due to age!…yes age!…it’s pathological…the tendon literally tears microscopically and causes scar tissue to reform the tissue line…we do pronation and supination active self massage to cure it maam…

  17. millennialgirl, 22 December, 2009

    lol…this is…this is…the thumb! hahahaha

  18. robertjohnson487, 26 January, 2010

    My muscles relax just watching this guy work. Maybe he doesn’t have all of the scientific jargon down pat, as some people have self-righteously complained about here, but I’ll bet he gives better massage than most just because of his gentle and strong nature. (Oh, my wife likes him too.)

  19. jswing, 03 February, 2010

    longus brevis??

  20. 777beccah, 23 February, 2010

    research?? i think you have no idea how much research & studying i did for PT school. we even research stats on how effective diff techniques are; wrote essays on how tissue breaks down & repairs. yes john, i’m aware of the muscles that insert on the elbow, as well as nerves & ligaments; tendonitis also isn’t just b/c of age, but b/c of repetitious/overuse. i went to grad school for over 2 yrs so i know. plus, not only can we massage but we do way much more than that that will be beneficial..sir

  21. 777beccah, 23 February, 2010

    i ‘m sure he gives a nice massage, but as active in sports that i like to be, i’ve had some injuries and i want someone that knows what they’re doing b/c i want to get back to playing that sport. i just think if you’re going to put something out like that, you should know what you’re talking about. it takes away from your credibility. i guess it’s not that important for a message therapist. i guess if i want to just feel good, i wouldn’t care.

  22. johnsmdm, 24 February, 2010

    777…no disrespect to you fine sir….you put in the work..yes overuse and age are the 2 main causes..sleep position of the arms is probably another….

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