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How to Fix Your Elbow Tendonitis (Tennis Elbow)


Tendonitis in the elbow is characterized by swelling and inflammation of the tendons in the elbow and arm. These tendons are bands of tough tissue that connect the muscles of your lower arm to the bone. Any repetitive gripping activities, especially if they use the thumb and first two fingers, may contribute to tendonitis of the elbow. Usually develops over time with repetitive motions and chronic straining of the muscles This puts too much stress on the tendons, eventually causing microscopic tears in the tissue.

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How to Fix Your Elbow Tendonitis (Tennis Elbow)


Tendonitis in the elbow is characterized by swelling and inflammation of the tendons in the elbow and arm. These tendons are bands of tough tissue that connect the muscles of your lower arm to the bone. Any repetitive gripping activities, especially if they use the thumb and first two fingers, may contribute to tendonitis of the elbow. Usually develops over time with repetitive motions and chronic straining of the muscles This puts too much stress on the tendons, eventually causing microscopic tears in the tissue.

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How to Fix Your Elbow Tendonitis (Tennis Elbow)


Tendonitis in the elbow is characterized by swelling and inflammation of the tendons in the elbow and arm. These tendons are bands of tough tissue that connect the muscles of your lower arm to the bone. Any repetitive gripping activities, especially if they use the thumb and first two fingers, may contribute to tendonitis of the elbow. Usually develops over time with repetitive motions and chronic straining of the muscles This puts too much stress on the tendons, eventually causing microscopic tears in the tissue.

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How to Fix Your Elbow Tendonitis (Tennis Elbow)


Tendonitis in the elbow is characterized by swelling and inflammation of the tendons in the elbow and arm. These tendons are bands of tough tissue that connect the muscles of your lower arm to the bone. Any repetitive gripping activities, especially if they use the thumb and first two fingers, may contribute to tendonitis of the elbow. Usually develops over time with repetitive motions and chronic straining of the muscles This puts too much stress on the tendons, eventually causing microscopic tears in the tissue.

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