Tennis Elbow – Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis Elbow – Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis Elbow Treatment in Houston, TX

The highly trained hand and wrist specialists at Hand Surgery Specialists of Texas are your go-to tennis elbow specialists, offering comprehensive tennis elbow treatments. Call (713) 322-0054 to schedule an appointment at one of our offices in Houston, Baytown, or Katy, Texas.

Hand Surgery Specialists of Texas

What is Tennis Elbow?

tennis-player-with-hurt-elbowTennis elbow, medically known as lateral epicondylitis, is a painful condition affecting the outer upper side of the forearm, near the elbow. This condition, often seen in individuals frequently engaged in activities involving repetitive arm motions, necessitates expert intervention for proper diagnosis and treatment. Our tennis elbow specialists in Houston are equipped to provide the necessary care, helping you understand the tennis elbow symptoms and guiding you towards the most effective tennis elbow treatment.


Whether it’s due to overuse from repetitive motions such as swinging a tennis racket or from trauma, understanding the causes is the first step in tennis elbow therapy. Our specialists delve deep to identify the root cause, paving the way for targeted tennis elbow treatments that address the underlying issues and not just the symptoms.

Sign & Symptoms

Identifying tennis elbow symptoms early on can facilitate a quicker recovery. Common symptoms include pain on the outer side of the upper forearm, near the elbow, and difficulty in lifting, gripping, and grasping objects. If you notice a weakness in the forearm coupled with these symptoms, it’s time to consult a tennis elbow specialist.

Diagnosis & Treatment

At our Houston facility, tennis elbow specialists are at hand to offer a range of tennis elbow treatments, both non-invasive and surgical. The treatment plan, crafted after a detailed diagnosis, might include tennis elbow therapy involving physical therapy, extracorporeal shock wave therapy, or the use of a brace to aid recovery. In more severe cases, tennis elbow surgery might be recommended to alleviate the symptoms and facilitate a return to normal function.


Recovery from tennis elbow treatment is a gradual process, with the duration depending on the treatment availed. Non-surgical tennis elbow therapy focuses on rest and reducing swelling, while recovery from a surgical procedure might involve a more detailed post-surgery care regimen including physical therapy. Our specialists guide you at every step, ensuring a smooth recovery process.


The Hand Surgery Specialists of Texas offers diagnosis and treatment for hand, wrist, and elbow problems in Houston, using the most advanced and minimally invasive medical techniques. Our orthopedic hand specialists and hand and finger surgeons are waiting to provide you with excellent care at one of our hand care centers in River Oaks, Webster, North Houston, Katy/Sugarland, or Baytown

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