When You Have A Severe Tennis Or Golfer’s Elbow Injury, When Is It Time To Start Thinking About Surgery?
At some point, after struggling with Tennis Elbow for months or even years – Seeing Doctors, P.T.s and other professionals and trying all kinds of treatments, tricks and tips – You may eventually have to ask yourself, “Is it time for surgery?”
If you’re like most people, though, you likely regard surgery as a last resort – A serious decision not to be rushed into or taken lightly.
So how do you know when you’ve completely exhausted your more conservative options, and it’s time to seriously consider some form of surgical procedure?
This is an excerpt from a longer article on my Tennis Elbow specific site.
Treatment in Marin / San Francisco
If you’re in the Bay Area, please see my page about how I treat Tennis Elbow. I’ve been specializing in treating Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow very successfully for over a decade, and I may be able to help you avoid surgery.
You get 100% hands-on Neuromuscular Therapy to help your muscles and tendons heal and recover naturally without dangerous drugs or invasive measures.
And if you’re not in the Bay Area, close enough to work with me personally, but want a home program to help you treat your own Golfer’s Elbow or Tennis Elbow, here’s what I can have for self-help programs for these conditions:
Tennis Elbow Classroom – For pain / tendon problems at the OUTER elbow
Golfer’s Elbow Classroom – For pain / tendon problems at the INNER elbow