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Tennis elbow = epicondylitis humeri

05.05.2010:

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Hello,
I have had tennis elbow complaints for 3 years. Injections, x-rays, etc. were unsuccessful. Now I'm supposed to go to the outpatient surgery. Since I have bladder paralysis and am condemned to catheterize, the doctor said I won't get a cast. After the operation, only swaddling should be done. Doesn't that then affect the healing process? Isn't the pain worse when the hand is moved?

Dear reader,

this is to be expected and the outcome of the operation may also suffer from it. Anyway, an operation is not always successful. A treatment attempt with extracorporeal shock wave therapy and / or with acupuncture might well be worthwhile. I wish you a speedy recovery

Your Biowellmed team

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