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  1. photo 6 Self Massage Moves to Power Through Muscle Pain6 Self Massage Moves to Power Through Muscle PainArticle
    recommend having such massage tools on hand as tennis balls, golf balls, foam rollers, and a small screwdriver (nope, not joking). 1. For between your shoulder blades… Place a tennis ball against the wallRead more
  2. photo 2 Amazeballs Ways to Scuff-Free Floors2 Amazeballs Ways to Scuff-Free FloorsArticle
    a scrubbing concoction that will rid your floors of blemishes. Just add the mixture to a rag and use a little elbow grease to remove the scuffs. Tennis Ball Method Hijack that tennis ball from Rover, and rubRead more
  3. photo 'Active Release Technique' provides safe, effective healing for common injuries'Active Release Technique' provides safe, effective healing for common injuriesNews
    syndrome and tennis elbow. These injuries are often treated by conventional medicine with steroid injections and surgeries, with long recovery times. The use of the targeted massage treatment known as ARTRead more
  4. photo 5 Moves for a Flatter, Sexier Stomach5 Moves for a Flatter, Sexier StomachArticle
    . Plus, these exercises shape stomach muscles for a tighter look. 1. Front plank – This one’s a toughie, but it’s also kind of fun. Start by lying on your stomach with your elbows bent and tuckedRead more
  5. photo Skinny Arms DON’T Make You More of a WomanSkinny Arms DON’T Make You More of a WomanArticle
    Don’t get mad. I love skinny arms. I also love fat arms, muscular arms, short arms, long arms, hairy arms, tan arms, mole-y arms, arms with wrinkly elbows. It’s not about preferring any sortRead more
  6. photo Acupuncture: From quack science to proven medical treatmentAcupuncture: From quack science to proven medical treatmentNews
    • Gastrointestinal disorders• Tennis elbow• Paralysis from stroke• Sciatica• Osteoarthritis• Myopia• Insomnia• Inflammation of the eyesAcupuncture has also been foundRead more
  7. photo Preventing And Treating Pinched Nerve Or SciaticaPreventing And Treating Pinched Nerve Or SciaticaTreatment
    . A pinched nerve is a relatively minor condition. The bad thing about it is that it can easily lead to other conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or peripheral neuropathy. Make sure that youRead more

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Tennis elbow

Disease

Tennis elbow or archer's elbow is a condition where the outer part of the elbow becomes sore and tender. It is often associated with playing tennis, golf or other kinds of sport that use a racquet.The following can cause the condition:There are few specific means of treatment, but certain general forms may help:More