If You’ve Got Tennis Elbow, You’re in For a Shock
If you played tennis often this summer, it may have improved your game; but it may also have given you a pain – in the elbow. If so, it may be tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, a condition, resulting from the constant, forearm-twisting required in tennis (or any similar, repetitive activity), that causes inflammation of the elbow ligaments. Luckily, we can easily alleviate your pain with Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT), a 30-minute, in-office procedure that requires no downtime. So, if you’ve got tennis elbow, give us a call; after all, it’d be a shame to let a little pain interfere with your game.