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It is generally accepted that an imbalance in forearm extensors and flexors, and weaknesses in the shoulder musculature, leading to a distorted kinetic chain are contributors to lateral epicondylitis (or tennis elbow). Senstension can be used to assess tension generating imbalances between flexors and extensors as a possible cause for the condition. In addition, the ability to use several Senstension sensors simultaneously allow for the assessment of potentially weak shoulder muscles in the kinetic chain which may further contribute to the condition. The information that Senstension assessments provide allow for an individualized treatment plan to be developed and tackle lateral epicondylitis at the root of the problem. Back to applications>>>