2016 August

ART Spine Leicester Tigers 2016

group picture leicesterParticipants from UK, Australia, Dubai, Norway, Germany, US and Scotland.

A fabulous course at a great venue with excellent service and back up of stadium staff.

The group of participants did a great job during the whole course. Many dedicated and skilled practitioners trained together to become more confident in treating and managing soft tissue conditions. Courses are intensive and do require a lot from the participants. Most did pass the exam, some will do a re-examination in a short while.

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Male golfer was told he had «Tennis elbow» and tendinitis by his GP.

Male golfer was told he had «Tennis elbow» and tendinitis by his GP.

Male golfer aged 44 was told he had «Tennis elbow» and tendinitis by his GP. He was given NSAIDs. His symptoms were intense pain on the lateral side of the right elbow with some radiation distally on the extensor side of the forearm and superiorly along the lateral aspect of the arm. Pain starts as he starts to grasp, and gets worse after activity. Symptoms might be milder during the activity itself. He was a bit surprised with the definition of the problem. He has played golf for almost 30 years and he has previously had the same problem at more occasions. He knew that the tendinitis diagnose was wrong and he took contact with our clinic. He never started on the NSAID’s.

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