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4 Strategies That Can Prevent or Cure Tennis Elbow

Preventing and Healing Two Common Spring Sports Injuries: Tennis Elbow and Golf Elbow By Jim Carpentier, CSCS Tennis Elbow and Golf Elbow (inflammation...

Prevent Common Tennis Injuries With 5 Foam-Rolling Exercises

Let's get the ball rollin', foam rollin'! In tennis there are a variety of shots you make, all engaging your forearm, wrist and hand. To offset the high...

Eliminate Elbow Pain with These 3 Methods

No more elbow pain with these three moves: Sometimes referred to as Golfers (medial) or Tennis (lateral) elbow, inflammation of the forearm is common to...

Treating Swollen Elbow

Olecranon bursitis is a condition characterized by redness and swelling around the boney part of the elbow. Also referred to as "swollen elbow," i...

A Different Approach to Treating Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is inflammation of the tendons in the elbow caused by overuse of muscles in the forearm. I recently overcame my first battle with tenn...

Treating Tennis Elbow: Pain Relief Techniques

Spring is the season for baseball, softball, lacrosse, field events like the javelin and the discus, and (in most schools) tennis. It's also the sea...

3 Ways to Prevent Tennis Elbow

Most tennis players—especially those who have played in advanced tournaments—have experienced some form of elbow ailment, commonly referred to a...

STACK Tests: RockTape

As an athlete, you know that hard training means sore muscles. To recover faster, athletes like Olympic Silver Medalist in the 400 Hurdles Lashind...

Jim Carpentier Named STACK Expert of the Month

Jim Carpentier, CSCS, associate health and wellness director at the Greater Morristown YMCA in Cedar Knolls, N.J., has been named STACK's Expert of ...

How to Cure Tennis Elbow

Tennis, a popular year-round game, is currently in season and is being played on high school and college courts around the country. But increased ...

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