Home Massage for the External Humeral Epicondylitis

External humeral epicondylitis is common in the middle-aged, and it also called syndrome of external humeral epicondyle, tennis elbow or humeroradial bursitis.

Clinical manifestations: soreness on the lateral aspect of the posterior of the elbow; difficulty in rotating the forearm and holding things.

Therapeutic Method: relaxing the muscles and tendons, removing obstruction from the channels, promoting blood circulation to eliminate blood stasis.

Manipulations: you need ask your family member or friend to help you. (they would be the “operator” below).
You need take the sitting position, and the operator should sit to the affected side. Then the operator should massage from the external humeral epicondyle to the forearm for 3-5 minutes and massag the points— Quchi (LI 11), Shousanli (LI 10), Waiguan (SJ 5) and Hegu (LI 4), for 5 minutes.

Treatment is given once daily, and 1 course of treatment consists of 7 times.

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