“Famous” Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present This One Simple Exercise Can Help Heal Your Tennis Elbow (Elbow Pain) (Lateral Epicondylitis)

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29 COMMENTS

  1. A Great Video, I am glad that I found you, Instead of CanDo Twist & Bend Bars can I try the same with a wet towel at home.

  2. I notice Brad keeps his band on, which my orthopedist told me not to do as it completely defeats the exercise. So which is it??

  3. There are a few factors in relieving tennis elbow pain naturally. One place I found that successfully combines these is the Freds Elbow Helper (check it out on google) it's the no.1 resource that I have ever heard of. Check out the super information .

  4. Just bought a set of these and have to agree with the “reviewers” who found the difficulty in twisting does not follow the color coding. In my set yellow is substantial easier to twist than tan. I suspect this is some type of quality control issue. I don’t see this as a problem if you buy the whole set as you can pick the one you want (start with the easiest). It might be a problem for someone buying them one at a time.

  5. To tennis players: if you have pain in elbow, or anywhere else in your arms, or shoulders, it is due to extremely incorrect Amateur (beginner) Stroke technique. Amateurs "arm it" when they play tennis. Professional and correct stroke never uses arm to play tennis: part from elbow down to fingertips never Actively plays any tennis, it only holds the raquet. Any active movement of the wrist (rotation, pronation, flexion, etc) is medically very damaging and will result in elbow pain. Yes, Active Wrist movement in tennis results in elbow pain. Hint: professionals and correct strokes use: 1. Legs, 2. Torso, 3. Torso-shoulders, 4. Shoulders to play tennis. Arm is just like flexible string. MMA fighters call it "Rubber Leg". Rubber Arm has "no muscles" – you do not need muscles in the arm, no need to move arm actively. Hard to believe, but it is true. If you do not understand my hints here, your pain will only get worse. No "better raquets", no "elbow aids, wrapps, treatments" will help you, because you will continue to hurt yourself with extremely incorrect stroke technique.

  6. I've had excruciating pain in my left elbow for 6 weeks now. I stumbled on these two recently and their exercises and cross fiber massage are really starting to help. I do heavy manual labor daily and this tennis elbow is driving me crazy as I can't do my work and I am not one to sit around and let it heal. I'm going to continue these exercises for another week and then off to the doctor and see if I need a cortisone shot.

  7. You guys need to play around with your audio. Sometimes the loudness is ok and other times it is to low. This one was real low.

  8. I'm on the green bar currently and love this exercise!!! Have the blue one but haven't started that one yet. Nice video!!! Sharing with our "Pickleball Elbow" group on FB.

  9. you guys are greaat wish you could help a torn shoulder that was left too long without doing anything about it m,kfrom wis.

  10. Thanks for the tips, guys! I've had pain in my elbow joint for several months; these simple exercises seem to have helped…

  11. Guys not trying to be argumentative but I bought a flex bar just like those you are recommending after having tennis elbow for 2 years. It did not help at all. What healed it finally did was wearing the band around where it was hurting every day all day. Plus diclofenac sodium (prescription anti inflammatories) for 3 months. Thanks for the effort.

  12. I am new to your videos, but have frequent debilitating muscle spasms in my lower back. What are the best things to do when I get them, and what are the best things to do to prevent them?

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