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Tennis Elbow Treatment in Phoenix

Tennis elbow can be a very painful condition, making even small movements like a handshake or turning a doorknob extremely uncomfortable. Fortunately, there are treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical. If you're suffering with this condition, come see us at one of our locations in Buckeye, Surprise or Phoenix. Tennis Elbow can be treated and we can help.

What is tennis elbow?

Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) occurs when the tendons that are connected to the bone on the outside of the elbow become inflamed, and when the extensor muscle that is responsible for straightening the wrist is overused. If you’re in or near Phoenix, Buckeye or Surprise, tennis elbow can be diagnosed and treated by our specialists at Regency Specialties.

Man holding a tennis racket in one hand and grabbing his elbow with his other hand. He's wincing and looks like he's in pain and has tennis elbow.

Symptoms of tennis elbow

  • Pain or a burning sensation outside the elbow
  • Weakened grip
  • Tenderness at the elbow when touched
  • Pain that begins at the elbow and reaches the arm or hand

Who is at risk of

getting tennis elbow?

Despite its name, tennis elbow can affect anyone — even those who have never played tennis before. Because the condition is caused by repetitive movements such as typing, painting, knitting, or sports, any type of person may develop it (although it most commonly affects those who are in their 30s to 50s). Tennis elbow may also be caused by trauma, although this is fairly rare. Either way, our specialists can diagnose and treat tennis elbow in Phoenix, Surprise or Buckeye's Regency Specialties.

How is tennis elbow treated?

Treatments for tennis elbow usually begin with non-surgical options. This may include a change in your activity, resting the arm, a brace worn on the arm, at-home exercises or physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medication, and anti-inflammatory steroid injections. If none of these treatments help your tennis elbow improve and your symptoms become more painful and long-lasting (at least 6 to 12 months), surgery is usually recommended.

Finding an

experienced specialist

If you’re experiencing pain, discomfort, or limited use of your elbow and/or arm, it is important that you consult an experienced hand and upper extremity surgeon. While surgery isn’t always necessary, a hand and upper extremity surgeon will be able to both accurately diagnose and treat you with the best options. Your diagnosis and treatment should only be performed by a qualified specialist who has been trained to understand the complexities of the ligaments, tendons, muscles, bones, nerves, skin, joints, and blood vessels of the arm. At Regency Specialties, we are very proud to have the best specialists to treat tennis elbow in Phoenix, Buckeye, Surprise, and the surrounding areas.

Regency Specialties

Why choose Regency Specialties?

If you’re seeking tennis elbow treatment in Phoenix, Buckeye, Surprise, or the nearby areas, contact us. Regency Specialties includes an outstanding team of hand and upper extremity surgeons. Our goal is to deliver the highest level of care and availability with the top specialists in Arizona, taking you through every step of the journey to getting better and regaining the use of your arm. 

As a patient-centric practice that values each and every individual we see, we promise the very best service and results. We are proud to have an excellent team of top specialists in the state to ensure your accurate diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. We will be with you completely throughout your journey to healing so that you can get back to your life. To learn more or schedule a consultation, please call 623-243-9077 or contact us online. We look forward to hearing from you. 

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