The Role of Progressive Strengthening, Stretching Exercises and Ultrasound in Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis "A Comparative Study"


Authors : R. Kanagaraj

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 6 - June

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The most common cause of middle aged people (house wife, working men and sports person), is Tennis Elbow. The study focused on comparing the effects of two different combinations of physiotherapy treatments. The studies done by Morrey B.F.(1985), Binder(1985), and Janta(1986) were the base of this study to make the combination of treatment comparisons. Objective: This study aimed to find a effective treatment combination intervention to get relieve from their(patients) day today problems and improve functions, of affected by Tennis Elbow, through statistical evaluation techniques. Methodology: In this study, there were 24 people selected in two different groups and applied with ultrasound, Stretching and Strengthening treatments, in two different combinations, and there effects were compared by measuring the patient’s hand grip strength and functional index evaluations. Conclusion and Result : The study concluded with the effective group was experimental group when it is compared with results found from control group which was observed from the study. The study shows its result to be proved that the Alternate hypothesis is accepted and the Null hypothesis has been rejected.

Keywords : Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis, Functional Index, Hand Grip Strength, Progressive Strengthening, Stretching Exercises, Tenomuscular Junction, Ultrasound Therapy.

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