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Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) is an acute or chronic inflammation of the tendons that join the forearm muscles on the lateral epicondyle (outside of the elbow). 614 more words


Tennis Elbow. What is it?

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

By SUMMIT’s Hand Therapists: Kay Neldon, OTR/L, CHT & Colleen Caton, OTR/L

“I went to the doctor because my arm hurts and the doctor says I have Tennis Elbow. 460 more words

Physical Therapy

Lateral Epicondylitis

What is lateral epicondylitis?

Lateral epicondylitis, commonly known as tennis elbow, is an overuse injury of the forearm muscles that results in pain and soreness at the outside of the elbow.   270 more words


Elbow Pain and Injuries in Children

Elbow pain in children is extremely common, with elbow injuries making up a large proportion of upper body injuries. The type of injury often depends on the child’s age and sport. 363 more words

Sport & Exercise Medicine

School's Out For Summer!

Hi all!

I’m so excited to be back! It’s been a bit of stressful summer, but I wanted to pop in to tell you I’m hoping to be back a bit more regularly. 330 more words


Can You Keep Working Out With Weights When You Have Tennis Elbow?

Should you continue to lift weights or do upper-body strength-training exercises if you have a Tennis Elbow injury?… What if was caused by weight lifting in the first place? 153 more words

Tennis Elbow

You Don’t Have to be Training for Wimbledon to Get Tennis Elbow!

By Emma Maaranen

We see a lot of tennis elbow cases at Focus Bodywork, and so far none of these cases have been in individuals who play racquet sports.  1,258 more words