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What is Epicondylitis?

Tennis Elbow can be caused by a partial tear of the tendon and attached covering of the bone as a result of:

  • Chronic stress on the tissues that attach the forearm muscles to the elbow area.
  • Sudden stress on the forearm. • Wrist snap when serving balls in racket sports.
  • Incorrect grip.
  • Incorrect hitting position.
  • Using a racket or club that is too heavy.
  • Using an oversize grip.


  • Pain and tenderness over the epicondyles. Pain worsens with gripping or rotation of the forearm.
  • Weak grip.
  • Pain when twisting the hand and arm, as when playing tennis, throwing a ball with a twist, bowling, golfing, pushing off while skiing or using a screwdriver.


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