The tennis Elbow, also known as Lateral Epicondylitis, causes pain and discomfort on the outer part of the elbow. The condition is common among individuals who play racquet sports, such as tennis, but can also occur in individuals who perform repetitive motions, such as using tools or typing. The common symptom is pain and tenderness on the outer part of the elbow, which may radiate down the arm; other include weakness in the forearm, stiffness, and a burning sensation in the affected area.
Our orthopaedics combine their expertise with cutting-edge technology to provide both surgical and non-surgical care for tennis elbow. The minimally invasive surgical treatment ensures less pain, minimal cuts, no scarring and quicker recovery. The non-surgical treatment includes a combination of self-care measures, physical therapy, and medication. For surgical treatment, the procedures could include Lateral Epicondylitis Release Surgery, Tendon Repair Surgery, Elbow Arthroscopy and more.