Lateral Epicondylitis Treatments (Tennis Elbow)

How do you treat lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)?

Lateral epicondylitis can usually be treated non operatively. This involves many modalities, such as:

For re-calcitrant cases lasting longer than 6-12 months, surgery may be indicated. Surgery can either be performed arthroscopically (keyhole) or open but usually involves debriding the pathological tendon insertion. This is a small, day only, procedure which provides good pain relief and return to normal function.

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Medial Epicondylitis Treatments (Golfer’s Elbow)

Lateral epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

How do you treat medial epicondylitis (Golfer’s elbow)?

Lateral epicondylitis can usually be treated non operatively. This involves many modalities, such as:

For re-calcitrant cases lasting longer than 6-12 months, surgery may be indicated. Surgery usually involves debriding the pathological tendon insertion with associated nerve release. This is a small, day only, procedure which provides good pain relief and return to normal function. 

Lateral Epicondylitis Conditions

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