Tennis Elbow: Step-By-Step Instructions For Treating Elbow Pain Using A Flexbar (Tyler Twist)





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Published on Apr 3, 2012

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Lateral epicondylitis, otherwise known as "tennis elbow", is a common condition and famous for becoming a chronic, nagging injury that just never goes away. Our primary treatment for tennis elbow (and golfer's elbow, or medial epicondylitis) is the "Tyler Twist" method -- an eccentric (or "negative") exercise for the muscles and tendons of the forearm.

We instruct patients to perform 3 sets of 15 reps, with each rep lasting 4-6 seconds, daily for 6 weeks.

This eccentric-focused program helps in two ways -- 1) builds strength and joint support faster than a faster concentric rep, and 2) actually "bulking up" tendons, giving them greater tensile strength and therefore greater capacity to handle the loads that had been causing them to fail.

-Daniel Bockmann, DC

Read research on this treatment technique here: http://www.thera-bandacademy.com/elem...

To purchase a Flexbar (green works for most people), they can easily be found with a simple Google search for "flexbar".

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