Tennis Elbow is a form of tendinosis which indicates degeneration of the lateral epicondyle. You will have swelling and tenderness on and around the tendons that attach to the small bony part on the outside of your elbow. #lateralepicondyle #tenniselbow
Ah, the tennis elbow. How many of you have suffered from this annoying injury? Better yet, how many of you have actually played tennis to get this injury? My guess is not too many. For the full tennis elbow article, visit us here: http://paleo.co/tenniselbowexerc
Are you neglecting your forearms during your workouts? In today’s article, you’ll learn the essential isolation exercises that you can do to stretch and strengthen your forearms. For the full forearm article, visit us here: http://paleo.co/forearmexerc
Most people who get tennis elbow don't play tennis! In fact, less than 5% of all cases of tennis elbow occur in people who play tennis. Tennis elbow can happen to anyone who repeatedly uses their elbow, wrist, and hand for their job, sport, or hobby.