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Things you need to know

Things you need to know

- Tennis elbow can affect not just athletes by anyone whose jobs include too much motion like plumbers, carpenters, and butchers
- Tennis elbow is a usually self-diagnosed problem and is well treated by a medical professional
- Incorrect posture and overuse of the forearm muscle can lead to tennis elbow
- As many as around 50% of the tennis plays have been detected with tennis elbow

Overview

Overview

Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is an irritation or a condition that affects the tendons where they are attached to the elbow caused due to the repetitive wrist and arm motions leading to severe pain in the arm. 

Sports, aggressive workouts, and moving your wrist more than necessary can damage the muscles and tendons. Even a slight movement of the arm becomes difficult due to the unbearable pain in the tissue connecting the forearm muscle to the elbow.

Causes of tennis elbow pain

Causes of tennis elbow pain

The above mentioned are some common possible causes of tennis elbow.

Symptoms of tennis elbow

Symptoms of tennis elbow

Symptoms of tennis elbow are self-diagnosed, below are some of the common symptoms to look out for

Treatment of tennis elbow injury

Treatment of tennis elbow injury

It is essential to treat tennis elbow because it surely starts to affect your everyday life. 

Prevention of tennis elbow

Prevention of tennis elbow

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