Tennis Elbow
Tennis Elbow is a repetitive stress injury which causes pain to the outer part of the elbow called the lateral epicondyle, as well as the forearm. While many tennis players suffer from this condition, one need not play tennis to be afflicted by it. Tennis elbow causes morning stiffness, soreness and tenderness around the elbow and can also produce pain as a result of activities that use the muscles that extend the wrist. This might include movements involving lifting or pouring from a pitcher. Tennis elbow worsens with time if left untreated.