Tennis Elbow | Bayside Chiropractic
Tennis elbow is a painful condition that results in the inability to move your arm and hand. Consult a physiotherapist for better assistance.
Tennis elbow is a type of swelling in the tendons (tendinitis) that results in pain in the arm and elbow. The condition develops when tendons in your elbow are overused, usually by repetitive movements of the arm and wrist. The name of the condition, “Tennis Elbow” doesn’t mean it only occurs in people who play tennis and racket sports. In fact, several other activities can also put you at a higher risk to tennis elbow. In other words, only 5% of people who play racket games get this condition.
Causes of Tennis Elbow
Tennis elbow usually occurs due to repetitive movements of the arm and wrist. It might result from playing tennis, fencing, weight lifting, typing, knitting, squash, and others. The signs of tennis elbow include tenderness and pain in your elbow.
Get Treatment for Tennis Elbow
To diagnose tennis elbow, you need to see a Chiropractor. He performs a thorough examination to check the condition of this problem. Depending on the severity of the pain, a physiotherapy tennis elbow therapy is performed on your arm to reduce the pain.
If you are looking for professional assistance, make a call at (02) 9523 9940. Talk to our physiotherapists about your condition and let them assist you for optimum results.