Tennis Elbow Directory
Tennis elbow refers to overuse of arm muscles that creates elbow pain. Tennis elbow pain occurs in the area at the outside of the elbow, where tendons and muscles attach to it. If the pain is on the inner elbow, it is referred to as "golfer's elbow." Symptoms of tennis elbow include pain around the outer elbow, made worse by squeezing, lifting, opening things, and other symptoms. While tennis elbow will affect up to 50% of tennis players, you do not have to play tennis to get it. Treatments include rest, ice, and pain medications. Most people will recover by using these guidelines. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how tennis elbow is caused, how to treat it, and much more.
How to Prevent Tennis Elbow
Whether you’ve had tennis elbow before or you want avoid getting it in the first place, there’s a lot you can do to keep your elbows happy. Learn important tips for home, work, and play.
Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
Do you know tennis elbow doesn’t affect just tennis players? Learn about what causes the ailment and its symptoms.
Why Does My Elbow Hurt? Causes of Elbow Pain
From ticks and sports injuries to fractures and arthritis, elbow pain has many causes. Learn about the common injuries and diseases that could be making your elbow hurt.
The Basics of Tennis Elbow
Here's what you need to know about tennis elbow, a common form of tendonitis that has little to do with tennis.
How to Avoid and Recover From an Elbow Injury
Athletes who repeatedly throw or swing are especially prone to elbow injuries or torn UCLs.
The Seven Most Common Sports Injuries
Find out how you can prevent and treat the seven most common sports injuries.
6 Ways to Avoid Workout Injuries
Experts share tips on how to avoid some of the most common fitness injuries while working out smarter.
Strains, Sprains and Other Sports Injuries: 3 Questions
WebMD answers three questions about the causes of strains, sprains and other sports injuries -- such as runner’s knee and tennis elbow -- and how to treat them.