Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow

Tennis elbow refers to an injury to the outer elbow tendon. 

Golfer’s elbow is an injury to the inner tendon of the elbow. 

These conditions can also occur with any activity that involves repetitive wrist turning or hand gripping, such as tool use, hand shaking, or twisting movements. 

Carpenters, gardeners, painters, musicians, manicurists, and dentists are at higher risk for these forms of tendinitis. 

Pain occurs near the elbow, sometimes radiating into the upper arm or down to the forearm. 

Another name for tennis elbow is lateral epicondylitis. Golfer’s elbow is also called medial epicondylitis.

In this video we're gonna go through three of the best golfer's elbow treatment exercises to help you get back to golfing, throwing, lifting or going about your life pain-free. - Eric Wong (aka Coach E)