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Tennis Elbow



Tennis elbow is chronic inflammation and tearing of the musculotendinous attachment of the forearm muscles to a bony projection on the outer side of the elbow. It is caused by an overstraining of the muscles.

The muscles which straighten the fingers and the wrist arise from a small projection of bone on the outer side of the elbow. With tennis elbow, pain is concentrated around this area. The pain can be quite severe and is usually restricted to this area. However, it may eventually radiate up the upper arm as well as down the outer side of the forearm. It is frequently associated with weakness.

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  • What Tennis Elbow is
  • How Tennis Elbow is diagnosed
  • The causes of Tennis Elbow
  • What can be done at-home to help with Tennis Elbow
  • What are the treatment options for Tennis Elbow
  • How can Shockwave Therapy help with Tennis Elbow

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