Tennis elbow is a form of tendinitis resulting from stress or overuse of the forearm and causing recurring pain to the outside of the elbow.
WHAT IS TENNIS ELBOW?
When you use your forearm, wrist and fingers to repeat the same motions over and over, like during a tennis match, tennis elbow can develop.
Tennis elbow is an inflammation of the tissue on your forearm that causes pain to the outside of the elbow, and sometimes to the wrist and fingers.
Wondering if you might be suffering from tennis elbow? Take our 30 second online Pain Assessment Tool to find out. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss your pain.
WHO CAN GET TENNIS ELBOW?
As its name designates, athletes, particularly tennis and racquetball players, are susceptible to tennis elbow. However, other occupations like painters, plumbers, carpenters and butchers can develop this condition. Tennis elbow is simply a descriptive term that relates to conditions of muscle irritation near the elbow.
If you suspect you have tennis elbow, take our short Treatment Assessment Tool to tell us a little about what, if anything, you've tried to treat your pain. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss possible treatment options.