Tennis Elbow

If you are suffering from the symptoms of Tennis Elbow, call Priority Rehab today!

Tennis elbow, or Lateral Epicondylitis, is a pain condition that occurs when the tendons of your elbow are overworked, often by repetitive motions or the wrist or arm. The pain from tennis elbow often occurs where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the outside of our elbow, however this pain can also spread to the forearm and wrist.


The therapists at Priority Rehab offer conservative approaches to treating and relieving the pain caused by tennis elbow, such as stretching, gentle strengthening exercise, use of cold laser treatment and even options for braces which may help to reduce stress on the injured tissue.


The symptoms caused by this condition may worsen if not treated properly, which can lead to continued or worsened pain. To hear about your options for treatment of Tennis Elbow, contact Priority Rehab at 317-688-8232, today!


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