My 17 yr old grandson who has been a pitcher since he was 8. He had an arm injury in high school this spring. He lives in Atlanta and is a very high pro prospect.after throwing a slider, He felt tightness in his forearm near inside of elbow. Then he had numbness in forearm near elbow for weeks but no other symptoms. We went to orthopedic dr after several weeks of not throwing without relief to diagnose it and we're told that was probable ulna nerve impingement. We had mri and no apparent structural damage was seen. Mri report said following: bone marrow edema in medial olcranon, mild thickening around edema near cubical tunnel, irregularity and increased signal intensity in common flexor tendon to the lateral epiconlyles. We shut down pitching for 3 1/2 months per orthopedic recommendation. We also has 3 treatments of shock wave therapy before starting back on a throwing program given to us by Doctor. He returned to pitching last week and threw 30 pitches. Next day his elbow near epiconlyle was very sore even at rest. Gradually got better over few days rest but never completely gone. Now pitched 30 pitches again yesterday and one again the inner elbow pain has returned. Dr said probably lateral epicondylitis due to calcification in flexor tendon. Will Tenex tenomoty help him in your opinion?