Elbow tendons coalesce on either side of the elbow joint, to insert into bone. These tendons can be injured by trauma or overuse. Failure to diagnose the condition early may lead to restricted use and chronic pain.
A multitude of treatments and treatment combinations are available, such as:
2. Plasma rich protein (your own blood removed and spun in a centrifuge and the serum injected into the painful spot)
3. An Elbow clasp
The video below discusses frequently asked questions on tennis elbow.