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I have tennis elbow since last 4-5 weeks. I went to the doctor who prescribed me painkillers and asked to give my elbow rest for 2 weeks and wear an elbow brace most of the time. I have been giving rest to my elbow but the weakness in my elbow is not going away. I am not able to put any stress on by elbow. Does physiotherapy helps? How many sessions are typically required for such an injury?
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you should wear tennis elbow belt,and do ultrasonic treatment in physiotherapy .
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Dear friend You will definitely be relieved with physiotherapy sessions of laser, ultra sound and tennis elbow brace.
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Exact root cause of your Pain must be ruled out. Physio Definitely Help you a lot.
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Tennis elbow problem is due to many reasons, starts from the neck, shoulder muscle or you're scapula muscle, through proper physical examination we can find it out the exact root cause. Then we can get free of pain with in 7 to 10 physiotherapy sessions
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Firstly, tennis elbow should be diagnosed by accurate physical examination. It is important to rule out other conditions. You can learn stretching exercises and strengthening exercises from your Orthopaedic surgeon or a good physiotherapist. You need to continue doing the exercises everyday yourself. You should start finding relief in 4-6 weeks.
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Yes, definitely physiotherapy treatment will help you to relieve your problem. It might take few days to weeks for your problem to get relieved depending upon the severity,. As early as possible you take the treatment you 'll feel better
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