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    These DO work.
    Liquid Mercury fractures with the vibration/shock energy that normally travels up your arm.

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    I had the same problem for years from playing both squash and tennis. What cured my problem was buying a Pro-Kennex raquet. Go on line and check it out. Their raquets are pretty much accepted as the best for dealing with chronic tennis elbow.
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    Get an MRI and see what the problem actually is -- if it's scar tissue and adhesions, surgery to remove them is one way, or you can find a naturopath that has "Gua Sha" tools. The only way I can describe it is a weird scraping therapy, but I can tell you from experience, it does work. If it's muscular, you may want to invest in a TENS unit, or ask your doctor about IR therapy as well.

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    I had tennis elbow once.

    IIRC, the doc gave me some anti-inflammatory drugs and it went away.
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    I stopped drinking the giant draft beer a Hooters and went to cans...fixed!
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    Does Bunnys new avatar pic make anyone else hungry?
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    PT will help by strengthening the muscles around the joint, and stretching the connective tissues. For me, the cortisone shots hurt like the devil for a few days, and worked for a month or so. Haven't got bad enough to try surgery, and it took about a year for my shoulder to get good enough to play golf again. Still hurts sometimes, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronMike View Post
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