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Posted by: Alison Block, 14 Mar 2014 8:03AM
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Massage therapist with golfers/tennis elbow how long before I can do treatments again?


Hi every one I was just wondering if any other therapist has had golfers/tennis elbow in the past And how long did it take before you can do treatments again? I've had it for two weeks and now coming to the end of my third and I've ended up having a anti flameatry injection but so far I'm still not able to put a lot of pressure on it and I'm doing exorcises for it to. Any info would be helpful to me right now plus it will keep me occupied :) Many thanks Alison

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Michelle Bagot
20 Mar 2014 3:07AM

have a look at this for treating your tennis elbow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUwm21pvp_o i've used k-tape on many people with great results! Only go back when you are comfortable that you can do so without pain or aggravating the injury Hope this helps cheers Michelle
Celia Worster
22 Oct 2014 3:15PM

I recently had the same problem. My gp referred me to a physiotherapist and that, along with some acupuncture, has really helped. Good Luck
Tania Waller
15 Dec 2014 7:01PM

It's at times like these that I am grateful I discovered Neuroflexology. It is a new therapy that was particularly devised for therapists who have injuries or health conditions and cannot work to their normal level. Giving a treatment takes less than 10 minutes so does not challenge the therapists hands whilst giving your client time and space to enable their own healing.
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