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Elbow Injuries – Justine Henin Elbow Ligament Injury

Posted August 24th, 2010 by Ian Constable 3 Comments

Henin suffered the injury midway through the first set against Clijsters.
As she fell she overextended her elbow and if you look at the photos you can see the stresses involved at her elbow as she lands.
At one point all her weight is through the arm and elbow!

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Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis Elbow Injuries – Top 10 Questions | Tennis Elbow Injuries

Posted July 15th, 2010 by Ian Constable 14 Comments

Top 10 Questions for Tennis Elbow – you know, the Who, Why, What, Where and When types of question. Along with do I need surgery or an injection? An invitation to contribute to the pages on What is the Best Brace for Tennis Elbow?

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Elbow Tendinitis / Tendonitis Injuries – How Do You Get Arm Pain?

Posted July 12th, 2010 by Ian Constable 19 Comments

Tennis Elbow Tendonitis / Tendinitis – degenerative changes in the tendon are caused by repetitive movements or overuse of the muscle and tendon unit. Any activity that involves forceful gripping and / or quick repeated movements of the hand can lead to these changes and Tennis Elbow Tendonitis arm pain.
Between 40 and 50% of all tennis players have experienced Tennis Elbow pain at least once, and for many it can persist for a long time and affect their participation in their sport.

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Elbow Injuries – Can You Straighten Your Elbow?

Posted June 28th, 2010 by Ian Constable 13 Comments

This video checks whether you can fully bend and more importantly fully straighten your elbow.
The ability to fully straighten your elbow is crucial for people suffering from elbow pain.
If you suffer from Tennis Elbow pain then it is essential that your elbow straightens fully – otherwise your elbow pain will not improve!
Follow the instructions carefully and compare both arms.

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Tennis Elbow Injury – What Is Tennis Elbow?

Posted May 26th, 2010 by Ian Constable 5 Comments

It is thought that an Acute Tennis Elbow injury consists of microscopic tears in the attachment of the Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis muscle to the bone.
This tearing results in the stimulation of the repair process which increases collagen production and new blood vessel growth.
This increase in blood vessels may explain the Tennis Elbow symptoms as well as a local increase in temperature.

I also discuss the action of the muscle at the elbow and wrist.

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Return to Sport and Work with Tennis Elbow

Posted May 21st, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

We have to accept that generally with sport we are going to have some sort of injury problems. With Elbow and Forearm pain and a sport (or job) that involves repetitive gripping there is always a problem with deciding on when to restart activity and return to sport or work. Go back too soon and the injury flares up again. Take an extra few weeks off and you have missed out on training and preparing for a competition and also you lose conditioning and your competitive edge!

When do I return to sport? – When the test in the Video in the post does not cause significant pain….

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Tennis Elbow Symptoms – Have I Got Tennis Elbow?

Posted May 18th, 2010 by Ian Constable 1 Comment

Tennis Elbow Symptoms can be difficult to separate from other elbow problems.
Even if you have Tennis Elbow there may be several possible complicating factors which affect what exercises you need to be doing to get better.
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Epicondylitis Elbow – Lateral Epicondylitis / Tennis Elbow

Posted January 14th, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

Epicondylitis – means inflammation of the epicondyle or the structures attached to it. Epicondylosis is probably the more correct term to use as the condition is more often longstanding and this involves degenerative changes in the structures involved. At the elbow you have two epicondyles one on the inner aspect of the lower humerus – the medial epicondyle and one on the outer aspect of the lower humerus the lateral epicondyle. Tennis Elbow affected the lateral epicondyle – lateral epicondylitis.

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Epicondylitis Elbow – Medial Epicondylitis / Golfers Elbow

Posted January 14th, 2010 by Ian Constable 10 Comments

In Golfer’s Elbow or Medial Epicondylitis it is the muscles on the inner elbow that become irritated (generally through overuse or excessive strain) and painful whenever you use them. Golf / golfer’s elbow and medial epicondylitis are one and the same thing with perhaps acute inflammation of the elbow tendons initially, and more commonly, chronic degenerative changes in the small tendons that connect these muscles to the medial epicondyle.

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Tennis Elbow – Get to grips!

Posted October 29th, 2009 by Ian Constable 10 Comments

After reading this, you will have an understanding of

  • the anatomy of the elbow region
  • movements at the elbow and forearm joints
  • what Tennis Elbow is
  • why gripping and raquet sports cause Tennis Elbow
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