Despite being known by the name of “tennis elbow”, lateral elbow pain, is an overuse injury that often occurs in workers who use their forearms for rotational movements, such as painters, construction workers, carpenters, and housekeepers. Once this condition sets in, it can become chronic and difficult to treat. This video shows a cortisone injection combined with dry needling into the inflamed area of the tendon. The cortisone reduces inflammation, and the dry needling stimulates blood flow and healing into the damaged tendon. The area is numbed prior to the injection. This is a relatively painless and safe, in-office procedure with minimal downtime.