Tennis Elbow: Desmond J. Stutzman, D.O.

Transcript:

Tennis elbow is probably one of the most common problems that I see in this age group. We use it from the second that we wake up to the time that we go to bed, and so it’s a kind of a cumulative trauma to the area and that’s how it breaks down and causes this problem.

If patients can really modify their activity, and that’s usually the treatment and all it takes, obviously there’s bracing and therapy exercises that are important. And then ultimately, if the patients can’t get rid of the problem at a year, then we think about operative procedures for this.

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