I trained light yesterday and found dips didn’t aggravate it at all so until it’s healed I’ll just do a “dipathon” on triceps
minimal weight and 20+ reps
I’ve ordered a tennis elbow strap too just to help
After whats been mentioned all I really found is rest helped the most. As you say you gen generally fine a few exercise to work around and keep training.
My default training for most upper niggles tennis, golfers or climbers elbow or shoulder problems is legs and arms only twice a week for a few weeks. Followed by working around the niggles for a few weeks.
At the same time assess how you got it in the first place - for me that was usually to much weight or to much frequency usually both, with splash of ego form.
I'm sure you know but you can obviously make exercises more challenging, super slow tempo, short rest periods.