Cure that stubborn elbow pain for good
Tennis elbow is one of the most FRUSTRATING injuries you can have.
It’s tough to spot, and often misdiagnosed…
It’s tough to treat, and agonizing to endure…
Heck, even the NAME is confusing!
Because you can get tennis elbow even if you’ve never so much as watched a match.
In a moment, I’ll reveal the key you need to SPOT the injury, REVERSE the damage and END the pain:
- WITHOUT drugs
- WITHOUT surgery
Just real and permanent relief so you can get back to doing what you love.
But first, I’ve got a new study that proves just about EVERYTHING your doctor will try WON’T WORK!
Sometimes, doing NOTHING beats taking DRUGS
The new analysis looked at 36 studies that tested nearly every major mainstream treatment including steroid shots, anti-inflammatory drugs and more.
And it found that almost NONE of them work!
Incredibly, patients given a placebo usually did the BEST over the long haul:
- Over four weeks, very few treatments made a difference
- Steroid shots worked a smidge better than a placebo … but over the long-term, they actually made things WORSE. After 26 weeks, folks treated with steroid shots reported MORE pain!
- Over 26 weeks, nearly every placebo patient was CURED, with just 1 percent still in pain!
That means doing NOTHING can be better than doing SOMETHING -- especially when that “something” is a steroid shot.
But over the short-term, why deal with that pain when you don’t have to?
2 steps you can take to END tennis elbow pain
Step One: Recognize the injury, which is often misdiagnosed.
Remember, you don’t need the play tennis to get tennis elbow; any repetitive motion can cause it. Other sports including golf, hobbies like knitting, housework, and even raking leaves or shoveling snow can all lead to “tennis” elbow.
It’s not even limited to the elbow -- it can strike anywhere from the neck to your hand.
Try this: Make a fist.
If it hurts, or if it hurts to grip something – or even turn a doorknob – odds are, it’s tennis elbow.
Step Two: A brand new study finds cold laser therapy is one of the few options that offers a small benefit, but at least it’s a real one, and it will last long-term.
It’s certainly worth a shot, but I know of two other treatments not included in the study often work even BETTER: ozone therapy and platelet-rich plasma.
Most mainstream docs don’t offer these therapies so speak to a holistic physician.
If you’re in the San Diego area, I offer these (and other drug-free pain options) here at the Stengler Center for Integrative Medicine.
Not in the area? I’m also available for advice by phone. Call 855-DOC-MARK to schedule a consultation.
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