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Aug 13, 2016

Is it completely necessary to stop playing tennis or golf when you have a Tennis Elbow injury? – Or can you "play through it" IF you’re careful?

And if you decide to take time off to focus on healing and rehab, when is it safe to start playing again?

The good news is, although it’s probably always wiser to take time off, it is entirely possible to keep playing and still recover, with two caveats:

  1. As long as your injury isn’t TOO severe, And…
  2. You do the right things to treat it in the process.

In the spirit of helping you continue to play, this podcast covers 5 key guidelines / tips…

As well as some suggestions on when you should start playing again – if you need to take time off to rest.

See also these related podcasts and articles:

PODCAST: Do You Really Need to Rest? Why Rest Is RUST - (Mentioned in this podcast)

PODCAST: Will A Brace Help You Heal? - (Also mentioned)

PODCAST: Avoid These Exercises When You Have Tennis Elbow – (Related)

And here’s the full article, including this podcast:

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