Golfer’s Elbow

Understanding Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)

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The irony about golfer’s elbow is most people consider golf a rather low-impact, low-risk sport. However, golfer’s elbow, or medial epicondylitis, is one of the most frequent injuries suffered by athletes. Once it appears, the pain has a big impact on your life. Golfer’s elbow is most common in men ages 20 to 49. However, […]

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Tendonitis 101

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Seemingly out of nowhere, you have developed a pain. It may be in your arm, shoulder, wrist, fingers, heel, ankle, knee, groin, or a similar joint. At first it was a distinct pain only occurring when you moved a certain way, like sweeping or bicycling. Overtime, it may have graduated to a chronic aching which […]

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What Does Surgery For Lateral Or Medial Epicondylitis Mean For You?

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You have been feeling pain in your arm. At first it may have just been an aching in your elbow. Now, it may be radiating down to your finger tips with every movement. At this point, your doctor may say you need surgery and you are wondering what that really means. This Is A Degenerative […]

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