Lateral epicondylitis or Tennis Elbow is a condition that affects the elbow due to overuse. The tendons connecting the wrist and fingers become painful and generally affects sports persons frequently using the overarm motions.
Epicondylitis, also known as Tennis Elbow or Golfer’s Elbow, is a condition that affects the elbow due to overuse. The tendons connecting the muscles which move the forearm and wrist attach at the elbow and can become painful with repetitive movements. While lateral epicondylitis is probably the most common elbow injury we see, one can also suffer medial epicondylitis and as well.
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