The New York Times published an article on August 25, 2009 about how a “low-tech rubber bar, about 8 inches long”, commonly known as a Flex-Bar can treat tennis elbow.
According to the article, the group of individuals using the flex-bar were cured from the chronic, debilitating elbow pain: “To arrive at that conclusion, the researchers recruited 21 people with chronic, debilitating elbow pain. Ten of them were assigned to standard physical therapy treatment for tennis elbow; this was the control group. The other 11 also received physical therapy, but in addition were taught a choreographed exercise using the rubber bar that they practiced at home. After less than two months of treatment, the researchers terminated the experiment. The early results had been too unfair. The control group had showed little or no improvement. But the rubber-bar-using group effectively had been cured” (New York Times).
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Here is a You-Tube video of how the Flex-Bar can help you.