John*, a 45 year-old construction worked with a two-year history of lateral elbow pain during gripping and twisting motions, had been to his primary doctor, an orthopedic surgeon and an occupational therapist to help treat his pain. They all recommended he try rest, ice, elevation, braces, injections and/or surgery. When he came to Mulka Medical Institute, he was diagnosed and prescribed pulsed electromagnetic frequency therapy for his anterior elbow. Within three weeks of using pulsed electromagnetic frequency therapy, the pain in John’s elbow was almost entirely gone and he was able to resume all of his normal work activities.