Now close to 2500 tennis elbows have been treated, over 70% of the patients recovered fully
Started in Italy are: Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli in Bologna and San Francesco in Bergamo
In The Netherlands: UMC Groningen department sportmedics, Maxima Medisch Centrum Eindhoven department sportmedics, Proktovar Hengelo, Eisenhouwer Clinic in The Hague
In Belgium recently started: AZ Diest in Diest
THE STANDARD METHOD FOR THE TREATMENT
OF A TENNIS ELBOW
Tennis elbow (epicondylitis lateralis) is the most common orthopedic condition. Worldwide, 2% of the population suffer annually from tennis elbow and it is common for the disorder to occur between the fortieth and fiftieth years of life. Research has shown that as many as 10% of this age group suffer considerably from tennis elbow annually.
Contrary to what the name suggests, is a tennis elbow caused in less than 5% of cases by tennis. The cause could be a lot of repetitive movements with the effect of an overload of the attachment of the extensor tendon at the elbow joint or by degeneration (it is simply that this tendon is becoming older and less flexible).
With a tennis elbow, the pain is on the outside of the elbow. This pain can radiate to the forearm and wrist. The complaints come as you tighten the extensor muscles of the wrist and the hand, for example, if you want to pick up something with your hand.
ITEC Medical has developed a new revolutionary and patented injection method, so the chance of cure is greater than the current manual method.
On this site we inform you about all aspects of the tennis elbow. under 'the patient' You will find answers to any direct questions about the tennis elbow. under 'the general practitioner' all medical aspects, references and evidence-based studies are highlighted, and under 'the orthopedic surgeon ' information designed and available to assist the surgeon in his work with the ITEC device.