Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Diagnosing Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer's elbow is a problem that doesn't get diagnosed as much as tennis elbow because not as many people know about it.  It’s a tendinitis in the medial tendon, not the lateral tendon.  So what you essentially have is that inside of the elbow.  The best way to describe it is if you take your hands and put them down to your side and have your thumbs point outward; in other words, your palms are facing forward, the part of the elbow that's bothering you will be that part that is associated with the thumb side.  That pain can be severe and be a real problem.  

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