Traditional treatment options include eccentric strengthening protocols, watchful waiting, corticosteroid injections, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS). Unfortunately, these common treatments rarely offer lasting pain relief. Epicondylitis is a self-limiting condition that usually resolves over a 12-18 month period. Substantial evidence is lacking for traditional treatments, which leaves many patients suffering through an 18 month course of disease. For example, there is limited evidence to support the use of eccentric exercise over splinting, massage, or concentric exercise. Corticosteroid injections and NSAIDs offer short term pain relief, but do not resolve patients concerns in the long term. Watchful waiting, i.e. wait for symptoms to run their course, was shown as effective as physiotherapy and more effective than corticosteroids over a 52 week period.¹ Alternatively, the regenerative potential of laser therapy has been shown to decrease pain and increase functionality in recent studies.