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Tennis Elbow Physical Therapy in Bloomfield Hills/Troy MI

Are you an avid tennis player who is suffering from the agonizing pain of tennis elbow? If so, you may be relieved to know that physical therapy can offer effective pain relief and help you get back on the court in no time.

You can overcome your injury faster and easier.

Lateral Epicondylitis Pain Relief

Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is a condition caused by overuse of the forearm muscles, resulting in inflammation and pain on the outside of the elbow.

Physical therapy can provide targeted treatments to reduce pain, improve flexibility, and strengthen the affected muscles.

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Excercises & Injury/Pain Relief

  • Step 1 -Pain control, reduce swelling, and increase range of motion to help you achieve daily tasks. It's fast and easy.
  • Step 2 - Increase movement, begin muscle strengthening and push independence with daily tasks.
  • Step 3 - More strength training to get back to a normal level of function and back to your goals for movement and activity. 
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Why outpatient Physical Therapy?

Here's how physical therapy can help relieve tennis elbow pain:

1. Manual Therapy: Your physical therapist may use hands-on techniques such as massage, joint mobilization, or stretching exercises to improve flexibility, increase blood flow, and reduce muscle tension around the affected area. 

2. Strengthening Exercises: Strengthening exercises are a crucial component of physical therapy for tennis elbow. Your therapist will guide you through specific exercises to target the forearm muscles, gradually increasing resistance to build strength and endurance. 

3. Stretching Exercises: Stretching exercises help improve flexibility and reduce muscle tightness that contributes to tennis elbow pain. Your therapist will teach you proper stretching techniques and provide a home exercise program to continue your progress outside of therapy sessions. 

4. Ergonomic Modifications: Your physical therapist will assess your technique and equipment, such as your tennis racket grip and playing style, to identify any contributing factors to your tennis elbow. They may recommend modifications to reduce strain on your forearm muscles and prevent future injuries. 

5. Education and Prevention: Along with treatment, physical therapy provides education on proper body mechanics and techniques to prevent further injury. Your therapist will teach you exercises and strategies to incorporate into your daily routine to maintain strength and flexibility. 

6. Gradual Return to Activity: Once your pain has subsided and your strength and flexibility have improved, your physical therapist will guide you through a gradual return to tennis or other activities. They will help you establish a training program that gradually increases intensity and duration to prevent re-injury.

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We work hand in hand with primary care physicians, surgeons, and sports medicine doctors to increase your recovery.

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What are the aims of rehabilitation? 

A rehabilitation program aims at helping you achieve a high level of independence and function and improve the quality of your life. However, rehabilitation cannot do the damage after an illness, so make sure you start the rehab program as soon as possible.   

When should you start rehabilitation?  

You should start the rehabilitation process as early as possible. This ensures faster healing and prevents further damage. Starting the rehabilitation process later on may be too late, and you will have to spend more time.  

What are the phases of rehabilitation?  

There are three phases of rehabilitation: the acute injury phase, the repair phase, and the remodeling phase. All the phases of rehabilitation are essential, and your therapist will help you through each phase.   

What can I expect during my first visit? 

Your recovery plan is driven by your story, so your physical therapist will listen, evaluate your condition, assess your baseline mobility and will work collaboratively with you to set personalized goals focused on improving your daily function and getting you back to the things you love.

Together you and your PT will design a plan of care that includes exercises that align with getting you on the road to recovery, as well as taking time to review precautions outlined by your surgeon to ensure proper healing. 

What can I expect during follow-up appointments? 

Wear stretchy or loose clothes so that as your PT begins guiding you on your pre-op and/or post-op journey you are comfortable moving around and your mobility is not restricted.

Your physical therapist will work with you to begin your treatment, which may include hands-on manual therapy, progressive exercises to strengthen and improve muscle control, stretches to increase mobility, education, or other methods to help expedite your recovery and return to full function. 

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