If you do this daily for 2 - 3 minutes you can gradually (over 3 - 4 weeks) reduce and hopefully remove your tennis elbow pain for good.
Tennis elbow is an inflammation of the lateral epicondyle (side of the elbow joint) the outer edge of the upper arm bone (humerus). The muscles that connect there are involved in extending the wrist up. These muscles may pull the the humerus (upper arm bone) into a slight rotation and also cause an impingement in the nerves that run through the elbow into the forearm and hand creating other issues (carpel tunnel, wrist or finger problems).
Follow the exercises and stretches in the following video and you can significantly reduce your chances of getting tennis elbow again and even help out your other joints in your shoulder, wrist and neck.
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