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Is there a cure for tennis elbow

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Asked by Ganadhisha, 29 Jul '12 03:39 pm
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Yes,there are specialists for it
Answered by anil garg, 02 Aug '12 11:20 pm

 
  
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Of couse there is , that's how Sachin Tendulkar is back in the game of cricket !
Answered by ajit kulkarni, 29 Jul '12 06:21 pm

 
  
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Yes it can be treated
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 29 Jul '12 03:48 pm

 
  
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Tennis elbow is usually easily diagnosed by a physical examination. Up to 90% of cases can be remedied by nonsurgical treatments, and symptoms usually diminish within four to six weeks with appropriate treatment.
Answered by Psycho, 29 Jul '12 03:45 pm

 
  
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Tennis elbow treatment is most often successful. The most important part of treatment is tendon rest. A long rest from aggravating activity allows the small tears in the tendon to heal. Depending on how severe your condition is, you may need to rest your tendon for weeks to months. Surgery is a last resort if other treatment isn't helpful.

Initial home treatment
Treatment for tennis elbow works best when it starts as soon as symptoms appear. If your condition is just starting, rest may be all you need. But in most cases, more treatment is needed to protect and heal the tendon.

You can treat your tennis elbow by:

Reducing pain.
As soon as you notice pain, use ice or cold packs for 10 to 15 minutes at a time, several times a day. Always put a thin cloth between the ice and your skin. Keep using ice a long as it relieves pain. Or use a warm, moist cloth or take hot baths if they feel good. Do what works for you.
You can also take nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), ...more
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 29 Jul '12 03:43 pm

 
  
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