tennis-elbow

Tennis Elbow

Are you suffering from Tennis Elbow? If you are experiencing any or all of these symptoms then you might be suffering from a condition called Lateral Epicondylitis, more commonly referred to as Tennis Elbow, a condition commonly seen in tennis players, computer users, and manual laborers. Pain is felt near the outside portion of the elbow bone or slightly in front of it. Many times the pain will move into the forearm. Pain is usually increased with grabbing or picking up objects and/or when bending the wrist backwards. You might also notice weakness in the forearm muscles when performing normal daily activities. It is usually caused by overuse of the many muscles of the forearm. This creates small tears in the muscles which will eventually lead to scar tissue formation as well as pain and inflammation.

Symptoms include:

  • Elbow Pain
  • Forearm Pain
  • Pain with grabbing objects

As a long-time professional writer and keyboards musician, my arms and hands are my life. Over the past few years, my elbow and lower arm problems got to the point where I was very worried about the viability of my careers and my family’s financial future. As a long-time professional writer and keyboards musician, my arms and hands are my life. Over the past few years, my elbow and lower arm problems got to the point where I was very worried about the viability of my careers and my family’s financial future. Christopher Franke, musician, composer

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