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    I also think in addition to the solutions mentioned in above posts try following

    1) racquet
    2) grip size
    3) string tension
    4) shuttlecock

    Either one or the combination of the above could be the causative factor. Alter them one by one and see what works for you.

    What are the racquet and shuttle details you are using currently?

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    i had tennis elbow once. i tried slightly bending the elbow when lifting and smashing. it worked. the elbow should never be 100% straight.

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    You need to see doctor. Medically your muscles or tendon has slight tear. You have to rest arm for at least 6 months to 1 year depend on the severity of damage, even to surgery. Hope that the info is useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slayer74 View Post
    Tennis Elbow Exercises I used this vid for my reference http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK9tqcQnykE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3GoDQ9ylZY
    noted... thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wongshl View Post
    You need to see doctor. Medically your muscles or tendon has slight tear. You have to rest arm for at least 6 months to 1 year depend on the severity of damage, even to surgery. Hope that the info is useful.
    how do i get doc to check if my tendon did teared or not ? my guess is the doc will ask me to do the exercises... it has be close to 2 mth since i last hold my racket...

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    thanks for all the advice. currently i doing cross fiber friction massage, since it help abit. Maybe i will get elbow brace to play for time being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ob3lix View Post
    if you are still playing, i suggest use this when u play...http://www.mcdavidusa.com/Product/48...w_pads.aspxfor me, wearing this help but not completely painless when i try to hit the birdie...
    Where to buy??

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    It is based on symptomatic diagnose and a link to explain a bit more.http://www.webmd.com/osteoarthritis/...nnis-elbowTake care

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    Quote Originally Posted by liverpool79 View Post
    Where to buy??
    i bought mine from world of sport in vivo...

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    half great news (for me at least)...

    i am back to playing.. not completely cured but playing now with min pain..
    went to TCM.. took med.. wear the McDavid Tennis elbow strap when playing.. combine these 2 works for me.. it is also very very very important to stretch the arms before playing..

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    I too was suffering from Tennis Elbow since 4 months ago.. Now it is around 80% recovered. The root cause was most likely technique issues due to lack of proper training...

    I did the following:

    1. Stop playing for a few weeks to avoid further injuries..
    2. As soon as it start healing, start self treatment from this video.
    3. Do some muscle strengthening and tendon stretching exercise (some of the recommended videos in this thread are great!!)
    4. When ready to get back to the game... stretch before play, take it easy... no power play or hard smashing..
    5. I use this McDavid Elbow support and strap together with Mueller Kinesiology Tape to support the muscle. I use this video.

    So far so good.. I am hoping that I will be at least 95% recovered after 6 months. Tennis elbow is a pain in the (_|_) and it takes time to recover and will not be 100% for most people..
    Last edited by ahcash; 07-08-2014 at 03:03 PM.

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    FOUNDF IT! See the stretching exercise, this helped me a lot and it was my road to recovery. I still do it today before I start playing. See the black shirt guy demo!

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...8-Tennis-elbow

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