Dr. Oz & Dr. Roizen give helpful advice on dealing with tennis elbow in this recent publication, which is included below. Rest, ice, and an anti-inflammatory medication like Penetrex Pain Relief Cream.
…Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, triggers pain on the outside of your upper forearm, just below the bend of the elbow. It’s a repetitive-use injury and can come from many activities, including gardening and golf. Only you and your doc can determine the best treatment for you (after looking at an MRI). Just remember, there’s a good chance that sufficient rest, gentle massage, ice (for 20 minutes three times a day at least) and anti-inflammatory meds can get you back to your favorite activity right in time for spring.
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