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Lateral elbow pain and muscle function impairments
Lucado AM, Day JM, Vincent JI, MacDermid JC, Fedorczyk J, Grewal R, Martin RL [Academy of Hand and Upper Extremity Physical Therapy; Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy of the American Physical Therapy Association]
The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 2022 Dec;52(12):CPG1-CPG111
practice guideline

Although often described as a self-limiting condition and likely to resolve on its own, high recurrence rates and extended sick leave frame a need for effective non-surgical treatment for people with lateral elbow tendinopathy. The interrelationship of histological and structural changes to the tendon, the associated impairments in motor control, and potential changes in pain processing may all drive symptoms. This clinical practice guideline covers the epidemiology, functional anatomy and pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical course, prognosis, differential diagnosis, tests and measures, and interventions for managing lateral elbow tendinopathy in the physical therapy clinic.

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