The ballistic, stop-and-go actions of tennis players and accidental slips and falls can lead to a number of injuries and debilitating conditions. We serve tennis players of all levels who experience pain and injuries that threaten to keep them from the sport they love.
Common Tennis Injuries, Causes & Treatment
- Rotator Cuff Syndrome, Shoulder Pain & Neck Pain
- Wrist Pain, Tendonitis of the Wrist, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Lower Back Pain, SI Joint Pain, Lumbar Sprain & Herniated Disk
- Pulled/Strained Muscles & Lack of Flexibility
Performance Acceleration for Tennis Players
Tennis Elbow (AKA Lateral Epicondylitis) – Pain in the outer (lateral) elbow due to inflammation of the wrist extensor muscles at the lateral epicondyle that gets worse with time. This is an overuse injury and is the most common injury to the elbow, with a higher prevalence in racket sports, carpenters, and mechanics. Symptoms include stiffness upon waking, weakness in grip strength and pain with pronation and flexion of wrist while gripping.