Tennis elbow is not specific to tennis!
Anyone who uses her or his arms and elbows repetitively in sports or on the job, can get a so-called tennis elbow. In contrast to regular tendinitis, the symptoms of tennis elbow last from six to 12 weeks. It occurs when the forearm is frequently snapped, rolled or aggressively twisted, and when people lift heavy objects with the elbow locked and the arm extended. (more…)