Braces, Bands and Straps, Oh My!
Are any of these so-called “supports” helpful as a way of treating your Tennis Elbow?
Most medical websites, authorities and sports blogs recommend that you wear one when you have Tennis Elbow, supposedly to help it heal – But this video explains why these supports can easily have the opposite effect on healing.
Learn why it’s simply not the kind of injury that benefits from being bound up and immobilized for days or weeks with any kind of brace or “support” (with few exceptions) – And discover why treating it this way doesn’t help it heal.
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(As well as dozens of other articles and helpful videos about Tennis Elbow in general.)
Treatment in Marin / San Francisco
If you’re in the Bay Area, please see my page here about how I treat Tennis Elbow:
Hint: No ice, braces, shots or pills – No “symptom masking” whatsoever – Just focused, hands-on Neuromuscular Therapies to help your muscles and tendons heal and recover naturally without dangerous drugs or invasive measures: