How should I treat my Tennis Elbow?

I have been enduring blunt pain in my elbow for about 2 to 3 months now. I have been told by a professional that I have tennis elbow. Honestly, I am getting sick of not being able to work out or play sports without having to worry about the pain. How long should tennis elbow pain last? and should I do something other than just resting in order to speed up the healing process?

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  1. tennislover, 15 November, 2009

    well u are going to need more then just a brace.. that will keep intact and prevent further injury.. but u have to go to the root of the problem..

    your joints, ligaments, or tendons possibly are sore.. u have to supplment with chrontrotin,glucosome supplment… its called TRIOFLEX u get it at GNC. that repairs all of the above things i mentioned…. u have to stick with it.. its like a multivitamin

    and u should also consider getting massage, or chropractor on the elbow they can workout the kinks and adjust it..

    goodluck

  2. SuziQ, 15 November, 2009

    There are many different kinds of braces that can help (I wear one)
    http://about.pricegrabber.com/search_attrib.php/page_id=1250/form_keyword=tennis+elbow+brace/rd=1/st=query
    Your doctor should advise you on which one is best for you.

  3. RecklessinOhio, 15 November, 2009

    Tennis elbow – and I have had several incidents of this – is best treated with wrist curls. Use 5-8 lbs weight, and do 15 reps 4 times. Don’t overdo it! It helped me – the elbow case was gone in about a week of regular exercises. If you don’t know what a wrist curl is, google.

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