The London Orthopaedic Clinic provides comprehensive care for tennis elbow. Rest, physiotherapy, anti-inflammatory medication and steroid injections provide relief for most people. If conservative measures have not helped, the expert orthopaedic surgeons at the London Orthopaedic Clinic can operate to remove the damaged part of the tendon and then support your healthy recovery and rehabilitation.
In cases where the symptoms are severe and aggravating factors cannot be avoided, physiotherapy has been shown in several studies to be the best first line treatment to cure tennis elbow. Physiotherapy should be exercise based, should focus on strengthening the wrist extensor muscles, and usually takes at least 3 weeks to show benefit.
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Treatment Options . A) Medical treatment. A physician generally chooses one or more of the following remedies for treatment of tennis elbow: · An elbow strap or splint that helps by taking the pressure off the inflamed tendon. · Physiotherapy treatments, which may include heat or ultrasound therapy.
Dr Masci has expertise in the treatment of difficult cases of tennis elbow. He will assess your problem and use ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis of tennis elbow. Finally, he will give recommendations on treatments. In general, other treatments such as shockwave, GTN patches or injections may be offered depending on the people’s preference. For example, some want non-invasive treatments and so are more likely to try GTN patches or shockwave.
Tennis Elbow treatment London at KUER Pain Clinic located at 25 Wimople Street, London W1. Our specialist pain clinic in London is open 24 hours 7 days a week because we understand pain strikes when you least expect it. For more information on tennis elbow injections in London call today on 0203 174 2455.
Sports massage and acupuncture can be also be a good treatment for tennis elbows in London. Our acupuncturist has a lot of experience in acupuncture for tennis elbow, which helps reducing the pain and swelling, therefore making it easier for the muscle to recover.