We offer effective Ayurvedic treatment for Tennis Elbow. Normally, after the first day of our treatment itself, the patient will get some relief from pain, and within a week the pain, swelling, stiffness etc… will come down considerably and within 2 or 3 weeks the symptoms will disappear and you will regain flexibility and mobility. Rare cases it may take few more days. You have to continue the medicines for at least 6 months, this helps in regeneration of degenerated parts and boost your immunity.
In SINDUBALA Hospital we are using different panchakarma techniques such as massage, different types of Kizhi, swedanam (medicated steam bath), ,lepanam (herbal paste) etc… along with our special herbal combinations for internal use. In the first week itself, swelling will reduce and you will get considerable relief from pain. Our treatment will help you to cure the internal injuries and regain the strength. Normally it takes 2-3 weeks to cure it
Kindly bring or send your test reports [X-ray] to our mail ID for evaluating the prognosis of the disease (above test reports if available).
We are using pure Siddha and Ayurvedic medicines for the treatment of Tennis elbow. We have our own special medicines for the treatment, which are able to give you the best results within a short time.. Medicines and treatment techniques may vary with condition of the patient.
Duration of the Treatment:
Normally the patient has to undergo the therapy for 3 weeks, rare cases it may take some more time. The patient has to continue the medications for at least 6 months, rare cases it may take some more time. If the patient is having more than one ailment, the duration of the treatment may increase.
What is Tennis Elbow?
Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is a condition in which the outer part of the elbow becomes sore and tender. Tennis elbow is an acute or chronic inflammation of the tendons that join the forearm muscles on the outside of the elbow. The forearm muscles and tendons become damaged due to overuse — repeating the same strenuous motions again and again. This leads to inflammation, pain and tenderness on the outside of the elbow. Any activity, including playing tennis, which involves the repetitive use of the extensor muscles of the forearm, can cause acute or chronic tendonitis. The condition is common in carpenters and other labourers who swing a hammer or other tool with the forearm.
Symptoms associated with tennis elbow include; radiating pain from the outside of the elbow to the forearm and wrist, pain during extension of wrist, weakness of the forearm, a painful grip while shaking hands and not being able to hold relatively heavy items in the hand. The pain is similar to the condition known as golfer’s elbow, but the latter occurs at the medial side of the elbow.