Elbow Pain
Elbow Pain When Extending

Two elbow exercises to help reduce pain when extending your arm

Do you feel elbow pain when extending your arm or moving your wrist? If you answered yes, then you may have a condition called lateral epicondylitis.  This condition is more commonly known as tennis elbow, and it occurs when a forearm muscle tendon in the...
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Golfer’s Elbow Symptoms

The five most common golfer’s elbow symptoms

Do you play golf a lot? Do you do lots of repetitive movements of the elbow and wrist at work? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then the symptoms you’re feeling in your elbow could be caused by medial epicondylitis.  The more...
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Exercises to Prevent Tennis Elbow

Exercises to prevent tennis elbow — three ways they work

Tennis elbow can be a very difficult condition to deal with whether you’re a tennis enthusiast or a pro, or even if you work a physical job like plumbing or carpentry. If you’ve dealt with this injury before or you’ve been informed that you’re at...
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Suffering From Tendinitis or Tendinosis?

You’re 3 tennis matches into the afternoon. You felt good after your first match, but 2 sets into your second match your elbow flared up with pain. With each forward swing, backhand, and serve, the pain got worse. It didn’t go away well after the game was done....
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Cubital Fossa (Funny Bone) Syndrome

Cubital Fossa Syndrome is a condition that involves pressure or stretching of the ulnar nerve (also known as the “funny bone” nerve). Cubital Fossa Syndrome can cause numbness or tingling in the ring and small fingers, pain in the forearm, and/or weakness in the hand.  Weakness...
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