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After Physical Therapy. One of the best ways to treat stubborn tennis elbow is with physical therapy. It can improve blood flow to the tendons, which will speed healing, too. A therapist may also teach you ways to change your tennis stroke or other activities that caused your elbow troubles.What is tennis elbow and how is it treated?
Treatment of tennis elbow is conservative and usually involves rest, wearing a forearm brace, and taking an anti-inflammatory medication. Most patients with tennis elbow are between the ages of 30 and 50 years old. Tennis elbow affects an equal number of men and women and occurs in the dominant arm in about 75% of people.Will tennis elbow heal on its own?
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 speed the healing. Types of treatment that help are: Icing the elbow to reduce pain and swelling.