Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow usually affects the outside of the elbow bone, called the lateral epicondyle. The bony area that you can feel on the outside of your elbow is called the epicondyle. This condition occurs when there\'s an inflammatory or tearing on the tendon that connects the muscles of the forearm. Common symptom of tennis elbow condition is when there is a painful sensation on the outer part of the elbow and it\'s tender to touch. Sometimes, lifting with the hand on top can be painful. Studies have shown that this is caused by specific strain or overused where they become inflamed and swollen. And when there is direct injury the muscles maybe actually partially torn.