Relieve Pain from Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow

Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow

Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow is the result of overuse. The medical term for Tennis Elbow is, “Lateral Epicondylitis” which is an injury or tendonitis on the outside of the elbow. The medical term for Golfer’s Elbow is, “Medial Epicondylitis” which is an injury or tendonitis on the inside of the elbow. These injuries can occur doing an array of activities and do not always occur playing tennis or golf. When the muscles and tendons in front of the elbow become overused, they tend to shorten and become fibrotic (stiff and brittle.) Once the tissue in front of the elbow becomes short and brittle it is easier to strain and fray at the elbow attachment. The reason these injuries require such a long healing time is because, until 4Arm Strong, there was no effective stretch to create the type of lengthening required to reduce the tension on the elbow. Unless there is an effective lengthening of the muscles and tendons in front of the elbow, there is a great likelihood of re injuring. It doesn’t take much; a simple handshake, picking up a suitcase, etc. can cause the shortened and fibrotic tissue to pull on the elbow attachment and keep the injury from healing. 4Arm Strong has been the answer for hundreds of people that have not been able to find relief anywhere else.

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