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you should of had physical therapy see the surgeon
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Hi Getting a cold hand is a symptom of bad circulation, this is brought on by tennis elbow, I would see your doctor ASAP.Good Luck
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Hi In that case its RSI, but could be from what your doing to it, this time try a Cortisone injection worked for me, never had a problem since...
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Hi Have had one many years ago, really bad pain which may fill like its burning, I would get to your doctor for a cortisone injection, they do right...
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Hi If its only at certain angles, could be a ligament, go get a test done, if it is it will take a few months to heal, but in time it will.For...
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Tennis elbow is a type of tendonitis -- swelling of the tendons -- that causes pain in the elbow and arm. These tendons are bands of tough tissue...
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Tennis elbow usually develops over time. Repetitive motions -- like gripping a racket during a swing -- can strain the muscles and put too much...
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The symptoms of tennis elbow include pain and tenderness in the bony knob on the outside of your elbow. This knob is where the injured tendons...
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The good news about treatment is that usually tennis elbow will heal on its own. You just need to give your elbow a break and do what you can to...
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What you really want to know is when you can get back to your regular activities after having tennis elbow. That depends on your individual case and...
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The key to preventing tennis elbow is to avoid overuse. Stop if you feel any elbow pain during an activity. You may also bring on tennis elbow by...
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Overuse of the forearm muscles using a repeated twisting motion is the most common cause of tennis elbow. These movements are common to various jobs...
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Your doctor can usually determine if you have tennis elbow by talking to you about the history of your symptoms, daily activities, and past injuries...
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If you have tennis elbow, follow these simple steps to reduce pain and start tendon healing. A rehab program such as this will prevent further injury...
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Along with tendon rest, people often use medicine to treat tennis elbow. Medicine can help with pain and relieve or reduce swelling.Medication...
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