Tennis elbow (or lateral epicondylitis) is pain on the outside of your elbow where the forearm muscles join onto the elbow. It can cause pain with gripping activities, typing or carrying.
Ellie, a remedial massage and sports therapist at myPhysioSA in North Adelaide, explains what tennis elbow is, its causes and then the best advice on how to effectively self massage the elbow and forearm muscles. Ellie will teach you how to do four different massage techniques that you can use to relieve your tennis elbow pain. These include: myofascial release (twisting, rolling and squeezing), trigger point therapy, and cross friction fiber massage.
Tennis elbow is usually an overuse problem. Over a prolonged period the stress on the elbow and its extensor tendons builds up until symptoms appear. Tennis elbow can take many months to settle even with treatment and the right exercises. Cortisone injections usually only give some temporary relief. See our other videos on the best tennis elbow exercises to do.

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24 COMMENTS

  1. This is a valuable video. I tried each of the methods and immediately could feel a difference for the better. Well-organized and well-spoken post. Thank you!!

  2. Anybody know how to cure a torn rotator cuff. It's been semi crippling me for 9-10 months and shows little improvement 🙄

  3. thanks for your advice ,5 months ago i have strong elbow pain ,i toke an injection in my elbow ,one month and the pain back again more strong .i toke a bills and do an a lot exercises i found it on the internet without any results i bout elbow support too without any results too i used ice massage too.the pain more strong .the pain in my left hand its strange because i use right hand ,please if there is anyway to stop this pain? thanks for reading ,

  4. Actually got this condition playing tennis, but I've noticed that practicing the saxophone isn't helping me. It seems to generate pain in the dorsal area as well. Can't really stop practicing though. Any suggestions?

  5. Thank you so much! Even a precursory attempt at these massage techniques helped immediately. I have been trying exercises on YT, with only little effect.

  6. Wow I didn't expect any result but it really relieved the pain for more than 80%. Going to try this daily see how it goes.

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