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Old 12-02-2012, 04:24 PM   #10
tball2day
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Agree with andfor and will add a physical therapist that works with tennis players as an option. You don't have to be in pain to make an appt, they see a lot of people for preventative medicine/advice. They really understand the muscle/tendon issues, better than a lot of orthopedic types do. I find them more consultative by in general. Also, our elite athlete replaced gatorade years ago with other options that have way less sugar and hydrate better. A PT can guide you on that as well. Good luck.
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