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Anna Wang
Anna Wang
08:42 07 Jul 22
Really knows what they are doing in terms of treatment. Treated my knee and migraine. I could walk on my left leg as my knees was really damaged and Jen treated it to the point I could walk and feel little pain now.
Sandy Yusman
Sandy Yusman
02:27 28 Jun 22
Jen and her team have been treating me for a few years now. They're always very professional and caring. The clinic is clean and well maintained. For those who are concerned for covid safety, Jen's clinic maintains a great ventilation standard (we measured it with an Aranet) and she also runs an air purifier. I really recommend them.
Audrey Tran
Audrey Tran
22:53 11 May 22
The team at Pro Health Clinic have done wonders to my shoulder injury. I’ve been to multiple physios over the years with no success. After just one visit to this clinic, I immediately felt a massive difference and now and fully recovered. I am so grateful!!! I have referred my whole family to see them and they also speak very highly of their experiences. Would highly recommend ???
Ruby Nguyen
Ruby Nguyen
03:33 05 Feb 22
This clinic is the best clinic that I have been to and I would not go anywhere else. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!!
Michelle Isaura
Michelle Isaura
01:15 21 Nov 21
Great and friendly team! Everyone is professional and they really helped me with my back problem. Would highly recommend.
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Our customers say Excellent
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5.0 out of 5 based on 256 reviews

Pro Health Clinic
5.0
Based on 239 reviews
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Anna Wang
Anna Wang
08:42 07 Jul 22
Really knows what they are doing in terms of treatment. Treated my knee and migraine. I could walk on my left leg as my knees was really damaged and Jen treated it to the point I could walk and feel little pain now.
Sandy Yusman
Sandy Yusman
02:27 28 Jun 22
Jen and her team have been treating me for a few years now. They're always very professional and caring. The clinic is clean and well maintained. For those who are concerned for covid safety, Jen's clinic maintains a great ventilation standard (we measured it with an Aranet) and she also runs an air purifier. I really recommend them.
Audrey Tran
Audrey Tran
22:53 11 May 22
The team at Pro Health Clinic have done wonders to my shoulder injury. I’ve been to multiple physios over the years with no success. After just one visit to this clinic, I immediately felt a massive difference and now and fully recovered. I am so grateful!!! I have referred my whole family to see them and they also speak very highly of their experiences. Would highly recommend ???
Ruby Nguyen
Ruby Nguyen
03:33 05 Feb 22
This clinic is the best clinic that I have been to and I would not go anywhere else. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!!
Michelle Isaura
Michelle Isaura
01:15 21 Nov 21
Great and friendly team! Everyone is professional and they really helped me with my back problem. Would highly recommend.
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Tennis elbow a.k.a Lateral Epicondylitis

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Tennis elbow a.k.a Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis elbow a.k.a Lateral Epicondylitis
Tennis elbow is the most common condition of the elbow and presents to our clinic often. This kind of complaint is often very well localised as the patient will tend to point to the lateral epicondylar process which is an attachment site for our extensor muscles of the forearm/wrist. Tennis elbow can be extremely painful if left unattended when the onset of symptoms occur so it is important to have a good understanding on what the symptoms may feel like, the location of pain, and what you can do to help manage the pain at home.
Signs, Symptoms, and Pain location:
There is not many signs and symptoms to look out for with tennis elbow and it is usually an easy condition to diagnose. The main and obvious symptom is pain when using the extensor muscles of the forearm. The severity of the pain can range from mild to severe; These pain levels are dependent on how long the patient has had the symptoms for, what they do for work, what they do for sport/leisure, and if they have had any treatment to manage the pain. Other signs to look out for includes weakness of the forearm extensor group especially when trying to grip/squeeze an object and mild swelling around the area of the elbow. As mentioned above the pain is located over the lateral epicondylar process. The muscles that are involved are extensor carpi radialis brevis and extensor digitorum.

ALL HEALTH FUNDS ACCEPTED

Treatment and management of Tennis Elbow:

Once the diagnosis has been made through either imaging or by visiting a health care practitioner, we can begin management of the injury.Our initial treatment can consist of the following:

Initial management can consist of the following:

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