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Golfer's Elbow

Medial epicondylalgia (previously known as epicondylitis) is commonly known as golfer’s elbow. This does not mean that only golfers have this condition. But the golf swing is a common cause of medial epicondylalgia. Many other repetitive activities can also lead to golfer’s elbow: throwing, lifting, and chopping wood with an axe, weight training and gripping when using many types of hand tools, even typing with poor technique. Any activities that repeatedly stress the same forearm muscles can cause symptoms of golfer’s elbow.

For more information on the anatomy of the area, potential causes and systoms of Golfer's Elbow, click on the button below and download our guide! 

Tennis Elbow

Lateral epicondylalgia (previously known as epicondylitis) is commonly known as tennis elbow. This does not mean that only tennis players have this condition. But a backhand racket swing is a common cause of lateral epicondylalgia. Many other repetitive activities with an extended wrist can also lead to tennis elbow: painting with brush or roller, using a chain saw, and using many types of hand tools – even typing with poor technique (overly extended wrists). Any activities that stress the same forearm muscles can cause symptoms of tennis elbow.

 

For more information on the anatomy of the area, potential causes and systoms of Tennis elbow, click on the image below and download our guide! 

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