Tennis elbow is the inflammation of the tendons which attach the extensor carpi radialis brevis to the outer bony prominence (lateral epicondyle) of the elbow. Tennis elbow is also called lateral epicondylitis.
Tennis Elbow not only always happens among the tennis player due to repetitive movements of the wrist but also occurs in anyone who strains the tendons of the forearm. Tennis elbow usually has following symptom
- Tenderness on the outside of the elbow
- Morning stiffness of the elbow with persistent aching
- Soreness of the forearm muscles
- Elbow pain is worse when grasping or holding an object
There are couple of choices to treatment for tennis elbow. If you go to your family doctor you will be prescribed with Tylenol to reduce pain. Physical relief pain and cure is our recommendation.