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    Last edited by blindaim; 04-04-2010 at 11:09 AM.

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    Default Suitable racket can reduce Tennis elbow pain

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    I had the Tennis elbow problem. Since I was new to racquet sports, I was clueless initially why my elbow pained after I played a few smashes. I read up on the internet and realized that applying Ice on the affected area would bring relief. It did work; because Tennis elbow is a condition of inflammation of the tendons and ice helps to cool down. And the other thing is giving it sufficient rest.

    My problem was that the problem would come back once I returned to playing after a small break. I consulted an orthopaedic doctor and he suggested using an elbow wrap. The elbow wrap provides compression on the area and prevents inflammation. It has worked like a charm for me and I play for longer since I started using this wrap. I use the LP wrap. See here if you are interested - http://www.lp-supports.com/products/...lbow_supports/ (No, I am not marketing for LP ). The doc also indicated to me that there is no easy cure as such for Tennis elbow, you need to learn to manage it.

    The doc also suggested using a cream before a few minutes of play which has helped as well. I have listed them in another blog post. Visit - http://golumolu.in/forums/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=9
    I would like to share my experience on how a new racket helped reduce the tennis elbow pain. I did some research on the net on what type of racket helps reduce the pain. I learnt that rackets that are light on the head and heavier on the handle are better for players with such injuries. Yonex nanoseries is a head lite series. I bought a NS4500 and I was amazed how the swing is so fast; my responses are better and importantly not much stress on the elbow. Very relieved! I can now play more and better...

    Full details on this experience in another blog post of mine - http://golumolu.in/blogwp/2010/05/te...ket-selection/

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    According to the post. The experience which you shared about the elbow pain is really useful for the persons who are facing these type of problems. The elbow wrap provides compression on the area and prevents inflammation. Is it really work for reduce the pain?

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    It can take years to recover from tennis elbow if you are not careful.

    Not many people know that you can treat tennis elbow at home.

    Check out this website I found:

    http://www.tenniselbowtreatmenttips.com

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    anyone has tried this method on this website? http://www.tenniselbowtips.com/

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