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Prolozone for Tennis Elbow

Elbow pain (mainly caused by tennis elbow) can be a real nag. If you do nothing, it can take 12-18 months for tennis elbow to heal on it’s own. The usual course of treatment for tennis elbow is rest, anti-inflammatories, ice, exercises, and even cortisone injections (which don’t work well). The good news is that

Dry Needling for Chronic Tennis Elbow

If it hurts when you go to open a door, shake a hand, and you’re limited from working out like you want to, then you know just how debilitating chronic tennis elbow can be. On average tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis will take 12-18 months to go away on it’s own (PMID: 28461918). When it comes to treatment options your regular doctor is going to only have a few options that really don’t work well. So what do you do when the anti-inflammatory medications, braces, physical therapy and cortisone injections just don’t work?

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