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Lateral Epicondylitis a.k.a. Tennis Elbow

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on November 11, 2011

Lateral epicondylitis, also known as, “Tennis elbow” can cause a tremendous amount of pain of the elbow. It is usually due to over utilization of the extensor group of muscles on the forearm. Activities that usually cause this condition: Tennis/racquetball backhand, hammering, typing, writing, or using a screw driver. This condition usually does not limit your range of motion, but it does have localized tenderness over the lateral epicondyle when palpated. 

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Remember: with this condition the longer you wait the worse it gets.

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