Medial Epicondylitis

Also known as ‘Golfer’s Elbow’, medial epicondylitis is a type of elbow tendinitis, which is similar to the Tennis Elbow. However, the main difference is that this condition usually develops from harm caused to tendons on the inside of the elbow, while the ‘tennis elbow’ is caused by damaged caused to the tendons on the outside. Despite the name, this condition doesn’t only affect golfers, and any repetitive forearm, hand, or wrist motions can lead to microscopic tears on the inside tendons of your elbow.


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