Lateral Epicondylitis & Home exercises treatment

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Lateral Epicondylitis or tennis elbow is a common injury among athletes (ie tennis players, golfers) and workers with occupational overuse. Patients usually complain of pain on the outer-part of the elbow with flexion of the hand at the wrist. While there are many therapies for pain relief used by providers, this pamphlet will teach patients effective at home exercises to perform for treatment.


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Alexander, Aimee Maldonado. (2010). Lateral Epicondylitis & Home exercises treatment. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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