The medical term for tennis elbow is lateral epicondylitis or lateral epicondylalgia. As well as tennis elbow, lateral epicondylalgia is also known shooter’s elbow and archer’s elbow although it can occur in individuals who do not play sports.
Lateral epicondylitis is considered an overuse injury occurring in the lateral side of the elbow region which can become extremely painful.
To learn more about lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) click the link below.
The OSMO Patch together with adequate rest now provides a natural complementary way to support the relief of inflammation and pain associated with lateral epicondylitis. What’s more the OSMO Patches are:
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Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow). If you suspect that you have lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.
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Hi Danniel, I want to add to your list of testimonials my experience:- I developed a bursa on my right elbow by supporting a heavy electric motor under a washing machine whilst changing its brushes. There was no visible damage to the area but the bursa was the size of a tennis or even a […]
- Jim K, Lancashire, United Kingdom
On applying your patch to my elbow for three days the bursitis disappeared. Simply amazing. My elbow and shoulder were both injured at the same time. They were attended to by a highly respected orthopaedic physician. After treatment, my shoulder fully recovered but the bursitis continued in full bloom. My doctor did not suggest draining […]
- Robert F, Florida, United States
Hello, My name is Garry Gracey; I am a former HANDBALL CHAMPION. I banged my elbow while playing handball. It became swollen after a few days and my family doctor recommended not to drain the bursa on the elbow but to have it take its natural healing course. “Being impatient” I googled and found OSMO […]
- Garry I. Gracey, British Columbia, Canada
Attention Toky, Customer care. Hi Toky, Just to say we’ve ordered 20 more patches as the first lot really improved the Bursitis in my Elbow. It reduced the pain mainly, but although it seems full of fluid in the mornings the swelling has not reduced greatly. Mind you it’s quite an art fitting them firmly […]
- John W, QLD, Australia)
Dear Toky: I was diagnosed with severe bursitis in my left elbow in mid February. I saw an orthopaedist in March who attempted to aspirate my bursa and also injected cortisone in the bursa. This treatment had absolutely no effect. A couple of weeks later the same doctor successfully aspirated over 30 cc’s of fluid […]
- Jim N, Florida, United States
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