For those who may not have familiarity with it, Ultrasound Imaging or 'Diagnostic Ultrasound' to distinguish it from ‘Therapeutic Ultrasound,’ (a treatment modality used in Physical Therapy) is like an X-ray, except that it uses sound waves – and it's not a static picture, but a dynamic, “video-like” image, viewed on a screen in real-time.
The advantages, ...(more)
The Sonogram (also known as 'Ultrasound Imaging' and 'Diagnostic Ultrasound') seems to have a lot of potential for diagnosing Tennis Elbow, and similar Tendinopathies, but seems to be seldom-used for this purpose.
This type of image scanning might sound unfamiliar to you at first, but you've undou...(more)
Yes, and no. Yes, it's real in the sense that taking selfies constantly can end up causing pain and even soft tissue injury eventually (but that's true of any motion repeated enough times.)
“Selfie Elbow” in case you haven’t heard, is pain in the elbow and/or wrist caused by holding ones arm fully extended and putting one's wrist in an awkward position ove...(more)