Tennis Elbow? Nerve Flossing: Pass the Baton


Never forget that your nerves run from the head and neck, to the shoulder and all the way down into your arm. Our nerves run in, around and through our muscles as they course through our body. The Radial nerve run mainly along the backside of the upper arm and forearm. It can also often mimic a common nemesis - tennis elbow!

Featuring Mitch Starkman, Physiotherapist
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