The Anatomy of Tennis Elbow:
What is the Painful Condition and How does it Develop?
Tennis Elbow is a condition where the tendons around the outer side of the elbow become inflamed. This usually happens when you have been doing repetitive, forceful movements.
The pain can get worse if you continue to play tennis or do any other activity that causes this pain and will likely keep coming back.
It is also known as Lateral Epicondylitis (the latin word "itis" indicates inflammation).
Symptoms of Tennis Elbow
Tennis elbow typically causes the following types of pain:
while lifting or bending your arm
holding small objects, such a pen
when twisting your forearm
when turning a door handle or opening a jar.
When you fully extend your arm.
Sports that can lead to tennis elbow
Numerous problems have been connected to Plantar Fasciitis. The cause of this condition is unknown, but it may result from a number of factors:
· Excessively tight calf muscles
· Improper training
· Excessive pronation of the foot
· Bad footwear
· Sudden change in activity level or type of activity
Best Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis
The most common ( Non-Surgical )
Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis includes:
Resting your feet and avoiding walking barefoot or on hard surfaces as much as possible.
A tennis or golf ball rolled over the plantar fascia may also be beneficial
Wearing supportive shoes or inserts to help with arch support and heel cushioning.
Using ice packs to reduce swelling.
Prescription medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or corticosteroid injections into the plantar fascia to reduce inflammation.
Physiotherapy such as Myotherapy, Dry needling, IASTM, Shockwave Treatment, Corrective Exercises and Stretching.
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