Tennis Physical Therapy
Tennis is a sport that requires the entire body to be moving at multiple directions at anytime. It requires significant lower extremity strength, stability and endurance through all core musculature, the lower extremities (legs) as well as the upper body. Often tennis players come to us for tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), shoulder impingement (Ie. bursitis, rotator cuff tendonitis, neck, mid-back or low back pain, groin strains, hip pain, knee pain or ankle strains and sprains. We work with our patients to restore basic function and then coordinate the entire body through more effective neuromuscular patterns to allow you to return to the tennis court with a plan for how to succeed and enjoy it even better than before.
If you are not sure what you can do to better prepare for success on the tennis court, but want an easy, cost and time effective way to help ensure you take the right steps towards your future, guided by an expert; check out our Telehealth or Unlicensed Health Consultant and Coaching Services.
“It feels so good to be back on the tennis court again. I’m doing my home program religiously and it works!”
“Thank you for helping me with my tennis stroke and helping my knee pain.”
Relevant Articles for Tennis Players:
- Use of Unloading Straps in the Management of Tennis Elbow – by Tim Liu, PT, DPT