Treatment and Rehabilitation in Lateral Epicondylalgia – What is the Evidence?

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Category: 2015, Club Recordings
Published on: 03.12.2014


Lead Physiotherapist for GB Boxing at the English Institute of Sport

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About The Webinar

The common disorder of lateral epicondylalgia presents with pain on the lateral aspect of the elbow, occurring mainly during gripping activities or resisted movements. Clinical diagnosis can be made on history and examination alone. Are we however diagnosing the right condition and subsequently are we putting in place the appropriate treatment strategies? It is usually a self-limiting condition and mostly resolves with non-operative management, which includes activity modification and pain relief. Treatment is an important component but are we using the right clinical approach based on current evidence from the literature? Further, resolution of symptoms can take between 6 and 24 months before completely settling down, and it is well documented some patients resolve spontaneously during this period. Is treatment therefore important in this condition? The answer is yes and this webinar aims at providing a better approach with more in-depth knowledge.

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