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A supportive brace or clasp can also help prevent pain from worsening during physical therapy. While these may not cure the injury, they can help you heal and continue with your activities. This device can be removed once the pain has subsided. Physical therapy is an important part of this treatment. You will likely need to perform strengthening exercises to avoid future injuries. The supportive brace or clasp can be used alone or with an anti-inflammatory.

The purpose of these exercises is to increase your arm’s strength, which will help with the pain. Muscle strength is the ability of a muscle to produce force, so if a muscle is weak, it will have poor power and endurance. Consult our physical therapist before you try any exercises for your tennis elbow. Book your appointment today!

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While you may feel comfortable doing some tennis elbow exercises on your own, professional guidance is always best. Your physical therapist will perform a comprehensive assessment of your condition and prescribe exercises tailored to your needs. While it may be tempting to try to work through the pain, it’s crucial to seek professional advice from a licensed physical therapist, as self-diagnosis can lead to a negative prognosis and a worse outcome.

During physical therapy for tennis elbow, X-rays may be taken to diagnose the exact cause of the problem and to rule out other causes of tennis elbow. Usually, patients will have pain in the lateral aspect of the elbow, especially when the patient tries to extend it. An MRI may also be used to see if the calcification is present adjacent to the lateral epicondyle, a common diagnosis in chronic cases. Ultrasound may be performed to evaluate the extent of tendon involvement. In certain cases, a doctor may perform an MRI or ultrasound to rule out other causes of tennis elbow.

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    My experience was top notch. If I can give more then five stars I would. Customer service was fabulous <and all my complaints were addressed, and best of all resolved. Dr. Normatov takes his time to listen > and explain everything in detail. I would recommend this physical therapist to anyone and everyone.

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      I have had an excellent experience with Posh Physical Therapy. In just a few visits I have achieved excellent results. Solomon is patient and professional. The personal 1 on 1 sessions provide the individualized attention I was hoping for. I'd give my experience more than 5 stars if I could.

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        Very impressed with posh pt. It was very easy to schedule an appointment. My physical therapist was great! He took the time to listen about my ankle injury and formulate a great treatment plan. I was able to go back to normal activity quicker than expected. Highly recommend!

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          You can now schedule your appointment for your tennis elbow instantly without any wait time. Just click book now for a Physical Therapy Evaluation and tell us a bit about what is bothering you so we can guide you in the right direction. If you are unsure where you need to schedule an evaluation, you can book a Free no-obligation 15-minute online consultation with our physical therapist, Dr.Solomon Normatov.

          Have Tennis Elbow? Get Treatment From Our Physical Therapist

          While you may feel comfortable doing some tennis elbow exercises on your own, professional guidance is always best. Your physical therapist will perform a comprehensive assessment of your condition and prescribe exercises tailored to your needs. While it may be tempting to try to work through the pain, it’s crucial to seek professional advice from a licensed physical therapist, as self-diagnosis can lead to a negative prognosis and a worse outcome.

          During physical therapy for tennis elbow, X-rays may be taken to diagnose the exact cause of the problem and to rule out other causes of tennis elbow. Usually, patients will have pain in the lateral aspect of the elbow, especially when the patient tries to extend it. An MRI may also be used to see if the calcification is present adjacent to the lateral epicondyle, a common diagnosis in chronic cases. Ultrasound may be performed to evaluate the extent of tendon involvement. In certain cases, a doctor may perform an MRI or ultrasound to rule out other causes of tennis elbow.

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