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Evidence-based chiropractors are well suited to recognize and manage lateral epicondylitis. In fact, we often jump to the diagnosis within seconds of hearing the patient’s history.  Unfortunately, not all pain near the lateral epicondyle is simply from tennis elbow.  Over ten percent of patients who are diagnosed with tennis elbow don’t have tennis elbow. Radial tunnel syndrome can mimic or even coexist with lateral epicondylitis and recognizing this presentation will afford better clinical outcomes.

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About the Author

Dr. Tim Bertelsman

Dr. Tim Bertelsman

DC, CCSP, DACO

Dr. Tim Bertelsman graduated with honors from Logan College of Chiropractic and has been practicing in Belleville, IL since 1992. He has lectured nationally on various clinical and business topics and has been published extensively. He has served in several leadership positions within the Illinois Chiropractic Society and currently serves as President of the executive board.

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