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dynaflow replied: Re: Tendonitis in the elbow

Is this the comedy channel?....lol
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Peter Gibson replied: Re: Tendonitis in the elbow

I've got a scan of a magazine article about exercises to avoid/cure tendonitis in elbow, written by a US orthopaedic surgeon who was also a fly fisher. It certainly helped me. If anyone wants it, email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and I can send you a copy.
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mitch aka 2 fish replied: Tendonitis in the elbow

I wish I fished enough for a chance at tendonitis.
I feel I would be rather good at it.

cheers,
shawn

fella goes to the doctor and says "doc, I hurt here, here, here and over here." pointing to his elbow, shoulder, neck and the back of his head.
"well you know what you've done, mate?" doc asks.
"no. what's that?"
"you've broken your finger."

boom boom.

what would daniel hackett do?
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Wet replied: Tendonitis in the elbow

Hmm, that grip hasn't fixed the pain Graeme?

I recon those "Powerball" gyroscopic balls work a treat for building up those forearm muscles.

I'll show you a powerball in a few weeks.

Cheers,
Andrew Connell
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Hirdy replied: Tendonitis in the elbow

Yeah, it has - generally speaking! I was doing way too much spey, sometimes 2 hours a day, often practicing 70' without the haul. I believe I recognised the symptoms early enough this time that it's not going to persist long. My right arm already feels like it's fixed. The left arm is still a bit stiff.

I thought something was amiss on Thursday last week and laid off the SH Spey over the weekend. (Only a bit of short casting into snags with a 'glass rod chasing bream over the weekend. Surely that's not going to hurt anyone? :D )

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Wet replied: Tendonitis in the elbow

Nice, that's getting them out there, bring the blind mans stick with you, I'd love to see what its like with the spey's, sounds like its ideal. DT, MED or PP?

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Andrew Connell
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Hirdy replied: Tendonitis in the elbow

MED 6. Not ideal and probably why I'm hurting a bit. The PP is too heavy for the rod but works okay in this application. I haven't tried the DT lately.

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