Tuesday, August 14, 2012

What Kind Of Injury Is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis Elbow is an aggravating, painful injury of the outer forearm muscles and tendons, but the key question is: What KIND of injury is it?

The video explains how Tennis Elbow is (usually) not the kind of injury it's most often described as - It's actually NOT the kind of injury you treat with R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation).

Learn how Tennis Elbow is usually not an 'Acute' injury crisis like a heart attack (No tear, strain - OR inflammation!) and how it's more like "hardening of the arteries" - a gradual 'Chronic' injury.

What Is Tennis Elbow? Video at TennisElbowClassroom.com

What Is Tennis Elbow?

And for a complete, self-help video program for treating all the muscle and tendon causes of your Tennis Elbow yourself at home visit: Tennis Elbow Classroom

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