Tennis Elbow Treatments

Tennis Elbow
“Tennis elbow” also called “LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS” is a term that describes soreness or pain on the outer (lateral) aspect of the elbow, due to lateral epicondyle tendon damage or inflammation at the elbow . It affects wrist and finger extensors.

 

What is Tennis Elbow ?-
     “Tennis elbow” also called “LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS” is a term that describes soreness or pain on the outer (lateral)aspect of the elbow, due to lateral epicondyle tendon damage or inflammation at the elbow. It affects wrist and finger extensors.
What Causes Tennis Elbow-
       Frequent twisting movements of the hand, wrist or forearm usually cause tennis elbow. Movements such as using a screwdriver, digging in a garden, and playing racquet sports,usually seen in tennis players. A direct blow to the outer elbow can also cause tendon damage. Tennis elbow can also results from using the wrong type of sports equipment or improper technique. A tennis racquet with a grip too large for your hand can put a lot of pressure on your tendon.Hitting the ball late in your swing can also lead to tendon damage.
        Tennis elbow generally occurs in adults between the ages of 40 and 60 and is most common during the 40s.

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