Eccentric loading forearm flexors (for golfer's elbow)

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Sitting with forearm supported on table or on your thigh, with your palm facing upwards. Firstly place weight in your hand. Next use your other hand to help lift your wrist into fully flexed position. Then take the helping hand away and slowly lower your hand downwards over 4 to 5 seconds. Once at the start position again repeat as described above. Usually perform 12 to 15 reps in each set then 4 sets a day. This may may be altered by your physiotherapist.