So You Have Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis? Or Do You? Are you sure it’s Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis?
Is it coming from Your Neck? Do you have a Radial Nerve problem? Have the soft tissues shortened?
Is there an elbow joint condition which is preventing your Tennis Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis from getting better?
Will exercise aggravate your Elbow?
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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.. . . . .Click HERE to read the whole of the post
After reading this, you will have an understanding of
- the anatomy of the elbow region
- movements at the elbow and forearm joints
- what Tennis Elbow is
- why gripping and raquet sports cause Tennis Elbow