Whether you've injured yourself on or off the court, we have a treatment plan to get you back in the game.
Don’t let tennis injuries sideline you for 6 months!
Our free resources will help you treat and prevent the common conditions with professional advice and guidance from clinicians.
If you have pain in your forearm, it's likely you are suffering from tennis elbow.
We see this injury all the time, even in people who haven’t played tennis a day in their life!
Below resources looks at this and other injuries you might experience while playing tennis, along with how to reduce the risk of that happening.
Please feel free to contact us to ask how we can help your game and for you to overcome any niggles or injuries you may have.
- round the edges to prevent fraying and irritation
- rub the tape to activate the glue once applied
|Tennis Elbow Rehabilitation [Advice Leaflet].pdf||1.82 MB|
|Tennis Elbow Rehabilitation [Exercise Handout].pdf||208.78 KB|
|Don't lose to the Top Seeds of Tennis Injuries.pdf||334 KB|
|shoulder exercise.pdf||149.08 KB|
|shoulder exercise phase 2.pdf||148.44 KB|
|shoulder exercise phase 3.pdf||151.78 KB|
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|Fifty Shades of purple ankle sprain treatment.pdf||0 bytes|
|Posture exercises for shoulders 11-05-2021.pdf||0 bytes|