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Tennis Elbow Treated in 4 Steps

Luckily, there are 4 steps that you can take right now to help eliminate your tennis elbow pain.  Many are unknown to people but they are so simple to implement without having to buy any special exercise equipment or medical gadgets.

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Many people who suffer from elbow pain don't even realize that they are suffering from an injury more commonly known as tennis elbow.  This injury can be described as swelling and pain on the outside of your elbow.

Within the first 2-3 of the injury, there will be some noticeable swelling.  But what's strange is that after this initial 2-3 weeks, inflammation is pretty much non-existent. 

Luckily, there are 4 steps that you can take right now to help eliminate your tennis elbow pain.  

The first thing you can do is apply ice to your injured arm.  Do this twice a day for 3 days.  Keep the ice on your arm for 10-15 minutes at a time.

The second thing is to avoid all activities that involve needing a tight grip on an object or twisting your forearm or elbow to accomplish some sort of task.  This will only increase your pain and lengthen your recovery time.

Third, you can elevate your arm when you are at home.  Get a pillow and prop your elbow up above heart level.  This prevents blood pooling and will help decrease any swelling you may have.

Fourth, is to get started with some simple tennis elbow exercises.  The only way you will completely recover from tennis elbow is by strengthening your injured extensor flexor.  You really need exercise to help you achieve this.

Although tennis elbow can be quite stubborn to overcome, it's really up to you to keep going and not give into this terrible and stubborn injury.  Take the bull by the horns and don't let this injury ruin your lifeHealth Fitness Articles, sports or favorite activities.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Geoff Hunt is a Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Exercise Rehab Specialist and the author of Tennis Elbow Secrets Revealed which teaches you how to treat and eliminate tennis elbow at home



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