Upper Extremity

 

Tennis Elbow

Written by Dhara Shah, PT, DPT, OCS Lateral elbow tendinopathy (previously termed tendonitis) or Tennis Elbow is a common overuse injury of the elbow and can affect daily and recreational activities. Typically, we see this type of injury in someone who is performing repetitive gripping and wrist movements. Activities such as typing, using a computer mouse, and grasping can overload the tendons on the outer part of your elbow. Notice that these activities are not just related to tennis! People who have never even picked up a racket can still get “tennis elbow”. Tendon injuries can sometimes be pesky, and we want to make sure that you know the stages that go into the recovery process.    Stop doing activities…

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