Sports Capsule

The Sports Capsule offers an up-to-the-minute report of all of the things that have happened since you last checked in. But before we discuss these up-to-the-minute reports, I want to mention for the benefit of all you athletes who have suffered lateral epicondylitis and medial epicondylitis, wrist pain and shoulder pain that is often associated with tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow, but could be caused by a number of activities that require any repetitive gripping activities, a Las Vegas doctor who treats professional, high school and college athletes as well as regular folks. My son is a highly ranked amateur tennis player who has been offered a college scholarship in golf at a well known school. Unfortunately he developed pain and tenderness in the bony knob on the outside of his elbow. Not wanting to jeopardize his scholarship, I began a google search for doctors who could give us a second opinion. I found Dr. Bob Donatelli whose office is in Las Vegas. After an intense detailed, and comprehensive assessment, Dr. Donatelli created a program that utilizes state-of-the-art technology. By following the rehab program that included exercises, joint mobilization and stretching techniques, my son overcome his tennis elbow pain, muscle weakness, and joint restrictions. Dr. Donatelli’s comprehensive program also reduces the chance of the my son’s injury to reoccur while improving his performance. The results were impressive. If you have a son or daughter who has tennis elbow pain or if you, yourself are suffering from lateral epicondylitis or medial epicondylitis, considering calling Dr. Donatelli’s office in Las Vegas to see if it is worth a visit. Dr Donatelli also treats soccer, basketball, football injuries such as hamstring strains, knee pain, hip problems, foot and ankle instability, shin splints, and/or foot pain.

Now back to our up-to-the-minute reports.

  • Mantard Cup Tournament to be Held July 11th and 12th — The 17th Bi-Annual Normal Mantard Cup Tournament will be held at the La Halitosis Country Club on July 1st and 2nd. This is the last event that will be held at the venerable estate before it is turned over to the state for industrial development. Sportspeople of all ages will be falling all over themselves to rub elbows with the cream of the county country club clabber clop clippety crop on Thursday, and Friday if nothing untoward occurs. Cocktails and the inevitable awards ceremony dinner will be held several blocks away, in the sun porch of Mrs. Albert and Leo Hallman. Those prone to allergies are advised to wear a copper bracelet or get shots or something. All proceeds benefit the Marvin and Mina Talleyrand Foundation. The Talleyrand Foundation is the only such organization in the Tri-County Area and intends to remain so by force if necessary.

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