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Forearm Pain – Essential anatomy of forearm muscles.

Posted January 18th, 2010 by Ian Constable 59 Comments

Forearm pain has lots of different names and causes. So, do you have Tennis Elbow?  Golf Elbow?  Biceps Tendinitis? De Quervain’s Syndrome? or Arthritis? With such a complicated arrangement of forearm muscle it can be difficult to decide. Read on and I’ll help you to work it out for yourself…

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Epicondylitis Elbow – Lateral Epicondylitis / Tennis Elbow

Posted January 14th, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

Epicondylitis – means inflammation of the epicondyle or the structures attached to it. Epicondylosis is probably the more correct term to use as the condition is more often longstanding and this involves degenerative changes in the structures involved. At the elbow you have two epicondyles one on the inner aspect of the lower humerus – the medial epicondyle and one on the outer aspect of the lower humerus the lateral epicondyle. Tennis Elbow affected the lateral epicondyle – lateral epicondylitis.

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Epicondylitis Elbow – Medial Epicondylitis / Golfers Elbow

Posted January 14th, 2010 by Ian Constable 10 Comments

In Golfer’s Elbow or Medial Epicondylitis it is the muscles on the inner elbow that become irritated (generally through overuse or excessive strain) and painful whenever you use them. Golf / golfer’s elbow and medial epicondylitis are one and the same thing with perhaps acute inflammation of the elbow tendons initially, and more commonly, chronic degenerative changes in the small tendons that connect these muscles to the medial epicondyle.

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