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The pain from tennis elbow may shoot from the outside of the elbow into the forearm and wrist. Pain and weakness may make it hard to:
Tennis elbow is caused by overusing the muscles in your forearm that straighten, turn and raise the hand and wrist. When these muscles are overused, the tendons are repeatedly tugged where they attach to the bone. As a result, the tendons become swollen. The following activities may cause tennis elbow:
Treatment may include:
Some tips for preventing injury include:
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