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Cryotherapy for Tennis elbow

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Cryotherapy will be very effective in treating Tennis elbow as it works on stimulate blood circulation as well as fire the hormone and immune systems, releasing endorphins to kill pain and reduce inflammation

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Cryotherapy for Tennis elbow

  1. 1. Hot-Ice Treatment Rooms How long have you been experiencing tennis elbow symptoms? Are you ready for relief? One off Treatment £55 Special Reductions on block course treatments
  2. 2. What is Tennis Elbow? • Tennis elbow results from overuse of muscles in the forearm and hand. Although the injury is common in tennis players, it is not exclusive to them. Anybody can get tennis elbow when the muscles and tendons surrounding the joint become torn or ruptured. • Some of the symptoms of tennis elbow include: • Pain in the elbow that slowly increases • More intense pain when squeezing an object Elbow stiffness in the morning • If you are experiencing any symptoms in the upper extremities, the first step is to talk to a healthcare professional and get a definitive diagnosis. If you do indeed have tennis elbow, a quick recovery is a priority not just for athletes, but for anybody experiencing pain from this injury.
  3. 3. 6 Ways to Recover Fast from Tennis Elbow • If you want to recover from tennis elbow as fast as possible, the following steps may help. As always, consult with a physical therapist or doctor before employing any treatment methods. • Forearm bracing - Stabilizing the wrist joints can help the tendons in your arm relax and recover more quickly. Combined with rest, this approach is sometimes enough to eliminate symptoms, but in many cases a more pro-active approach is necessary. • Anti-inflammatory medication - Topical anti-inflammatory creams or gels can help relieve elbow pain during the recovery process.
  4. 4. 6 Ways to Recover Fast from Tennis Elbow Cortisone injections - When topical solutions are not enough, cortisone injections can be used to reduce inflammation and further reduce pain in the injured elbow. Physical therapy - Physical therapists often prescribe stretching movements that help improve flexibility in the joint. They can also recommend strengthening exercises to help prevent future injury of the tendons surrounding the elbow. Cold and compression therapy - Active cold and compression therapy is proven to reduce pain and swelling in damaged tissues, including in the injured tendons that contribute to tennis elbow. This approach is more effective than ice packs and static compression bandages because it provides consistent cooling and mimics your body's natural action to circulate fluids in the affected area.
  5. 5. How Cryotherapy can help You. Cryotherapy will be very effective in treating Tennis elbow as it works on stimulate blood circulation as well as fire the hormone and immune systems, releasing endorphins to kill pain and reduce inflammation. There is lots of scientific evidence available to explain how cryotherapy systems help to reduce pain and swelling. Here are a few key medical facts: Cold therapy reduces pain. This is because cold has an analgesic (numbing) effect on soft tissues, due to a combination of decreased production of pain mediators and slower spread of nerve pain signals. Nerve cells in the chilled area cause nearby blood vessels to constrict (scientifically known as vasoconstriction), leading to a reduction of blood flow to the injury site; this acts to moderate pain. While passive cryotherapy systems will help with pain relief, using a system that deploys active cold treatment will draw more heat away from the injury site, leading to more efficient temperature reduction and better pain reduction.
  6. 6. Call Hot-Ice Treatment Rooms Today The treatment is used by sportsmen and women to hasten the speed of muscle recovery from exercise, and it increasingly forms part of an intensive rehabilitation programme for top-level athletes. Of course, avoiding the activities that caused the injury in the first place is one way to prevent tennis elbow. When this is not possible, regular cold and compression therapy can help keep symptoms at bay. If you're experiencing tennis elbow symptoms and looking for relief, Contact us today to learn more. How long have you been experiencing tennis elbow symptoms? Are you ready for relief?
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