HOW: With a resistance band in both hands, begin by pulling the resistance band on one end with your biceps. While the band is tensioned, allow your arm with the elbow straight to slowly bend to meet the other arm. Once the tension in...

HOW: Begin with a resistance band in both hands up towards your chest. Pull the resistance band on one end with your triceps. While the band is tensioned, allow your bent arm to slowly meet the other arm towards your waist. Once tension in the...

BACKGROUND INFO: The Triceps originate from the shoulder blade and Humerus (upper arm bone) inserting into the ulna (forearm bone). Distal Triceps Tendinopathy typically presents after overusing the triceps; these muscles are elbow extenders (help with straightening your arm). This overuse often occurs with repetitive...

BACKGROUND INFO: Distal Biceps Tendinopathy typically presents after overusing the biceps; these muscles are elbow flexors (bending) and forearm supinator’s (palm towards the ceiling), think bicep curls. This overuse creates tendon degeneration. This is a relatively uncommon diagnosis, resulting in little evidence regarding best practice. WHAT...

HOW: Get set-up on your hands and knees, hinge back at your hips until your butt and heels are touching or close to it- this will round your low back slightly. While keeping the rest of your body still, round your mid back followed...

It is fair to say most people do not enjoy being in pain and want instant gratification. The idea of getting a cortisone injection in your elbow to make your pain go away fast sounds tempting. However, think twice. According to an article by Coombes et al....

BACKGROUND INFO: Lateral Elbow Tendinopathy (LET) or lateral epicondylalgia or epicondylitis, is one of the most common elbow injuries. It is a common extensor tendon origin issue at the lateral epicondyle. It typically involving the Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis (ECRB) muscle, which contributes to wrist...

HOW: Get set up sitting upright with your arm held out in front of you with your elbow straight. While maintaining elbow position and holding a long weighted object such as a bat, perform pronation and supination. See the video for other tips and...

HOW: Get set up sitting upright with a surface near you to support your elbow and forearm. With your elbow flexed to 90˚, position your forearm and wrist in a neutral position with your thumb facing up, and have your hand unsupported at the...

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