Tennis/golfers elbow is a form of tendonitis that causes pain in your elbow. It is triggered by repetitive movements such as typing, DIY or sports like squash or javelin. Any daily activity that puts stress on the forearm can cause tennis/golfer’s elbow. It is most common among people aged 35-55 and is usually experienced in your dominant hand. We can treat Tennis Elbow in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Worksop.
Tennis elbow causes pain on the outside of the forearm and elbow joint. Whereas Golfer’s elbow causes pain on the inside of the joint.
Pain from tennis or golfer’s elbow can be felt in the forearm and also the wrist and hand. Most people with tennis or golfer’s elbow will experience one or more of the following:
As with all forms on tendonitis, treatments are focused around rest and then the proper conditioning on the tendons on the forearm:
Surgery is used when elbow tendonitis isn’t improving after a year of treatment or the condition is particularly painful or debilitating. Book an appointment to treat your Tennis Elbow in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster or Worksop. You can also follow us on social media.