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Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Most commonly found in but certainly not exclusive to recreational tennis players, the most famous of tennis injuries is typified by pain on the outside (lateral) aspect of the elbow often spreading down the forearm.

The force of the racket repeatedly hitting the ball radiates through the grip and down into the arm, causing trauma to the tissues surrounding the elbow. Incorrect technique, poor grip size selection along with any weakness of or imbalance between, the wrist flexor and extensor muscles will exacerbate this.

If you suffer with Tennis Elbow, we can help.

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