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Tennis Elbow

more about Tennis Elbow


  • This is a pain syndrome that affects the elbow.  It is believed that repetitive motion of the muscles of the forearm cause microscopic tears in the tendons that attach to the elbow.

  • Pain on the one side or the other of the elbow

  • Tenderness on the sides of the elbow
  • X-Ray is normal

  • Anti-inflammatory medications, such as Ibuprofen or Vioxx
  • Elastic bandage on forearm may help
  • "Trigger point" injections with corticosteroids
  • Surgery only for very severe cases

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