Elbow Tendonitis

Elbow tendonitis is the result of inflammation and swelling of the elbow tendons, which can cause pain in the arm and elbow. Elbow tendonitis typically occurs through overuse activities like tennis, golf, or other non-sports repetitive motions from typing, woodworking and other occupations. You may feel pain or burning in the elbow and forearm area, or weakened grip when you try to lift or have to grip objects. Both tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are a result of tendonitis in different parts of the arm. Wearing a brace can help alleviate some pain associated with elbow tendonitis by applying pressure in the muscles and helping stabilize the area when in use.

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