Dealing with Tennis Elbow with The Wave Tool

Posted by Bruce Carrington on

According to the Mayo Clinic, tennis elbow "occurs when tendons in your elbow are overloaded, usually by repetitive motions of the wrist and arm." The Cleveland Clinic notes that between 1 - 3% of the US population is affected by tennis elbow, and despite the name, it doesn't just happen to tennis players.

That's right! Painting, repetitive use of a computer mouse, cutting up cooking ingredients, driving screws, and many other activities can all lead to this condition. And, if you are experiencing symptoms of tennis elbow, what can you do about it?

We love The Wave Tool because of the tremendous versatility it packs into such a small size. As you can see in the video below, different parts of the tool can be used to alleviate and rehabilitate specific symptoms of the injury, providing a comprehensive solution.

 Although this post focused on using The Wave Tool to treat tennis elbow, we have barely scratched the surface of the devices capabilities, and will be following up with more use-cases. If you'd like one for yourself, head over here to purchase from our store! As an Amazon Associate, Rehabilitation Health and our health professionals/practices earn from qualifying Amazon purchases.

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