|The most common form of tennis elbow is at the outer side where Extensor Digitorum (32), the extensor for the middle finger, attaches just below the elbow. Pulse this muscle with elbow bent and palm turned down.
The next common form of tennis elbow involves Supinator (33, which rotates the forearm from forehand to backhand. Pulse this muscle with elbow bent and palm up.
Flexor Digitorum (34), is more likely to cause tingling or numbness in the little & ring fingers. These are the wrist and finger flexing muscles and should also be pulsed with elbow bend and palm up.
Surgery will sometimes be recommended under the mistaken idea that some passive structure near the elbow needs to be relocated away from the "crazy bone" nerve. BioPulsing can actually relieve the problem without surgery.