Tennis elbow can occur at any age, although it most commonly occurs in people aged between 35 and 55. Up to four in ten people may experience it at some point in their life. The majority of people who develop tennis elbow are not actually tennis players. It occurs more often in people who repeatedly use
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Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) This leaflet will give you some information about tennis elbow (which is also known as Lateral Epicondylitis) and how we treat it. Key points • Tennis elbow is not a serious condition - it gets better with time and no-one ever has it forever.
Tennis elbow causes pain on the outer side of your elbow. The medical . term for tennis elbow is lateral epicondylitis. This is because the pain is felt around the area of the lateral epicondyle (the lower, outer, bumpy part of your bone in your upper arm). For most people with tennis elbow, the pain only occurs when they use
Tennis elbow Information andadvice This information is designed to supplement the advice given by your doctor, and is written by physiotherapists based on the latest medical advice. Tennis elbow is a condition that results in pain around the outside of the elbow. Anybody can get tennis elbow but it is most common in people between the ages of ...
Tennis Elbow V1.0 1 Tennis Elbow Information for Patients The information in this leaflet is intended solely as a guide. If you have questions about any aspect of your care or this booklet, please ask a health professional. This leaflet will give you some information about: - Tennis elbow - How you can help yourself with simple treatments
This leaflet is designed to remind you of the correct technique and any personalised advice given during the session. What is tennis elbow? Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is caused by a strain to tendons in the forearm. The tendons become inflamed where they join the bony part on the outside of your elbow. When the tendon is