Tennis Elbow (also called Lateral Epicondylitis or Tendinitis) is a painful condition, caused by heavy overuse of the forearm muscles, due to repetitive motion of the wrist and arm. The forearm tendon muscles get inflamed due to constant repetitive action, resulting in tenderness near the elbow joint.
However, though the name comes from the repeated forearm action of tennis players, the condition is not exclusive – any task that over-stresses the forearm muscles can lead to this nasty condition. For relief, along with doctor-prescribed pain medication and rest, you should do the exercises demonstrated in this infographic.
5 Exercise To Ease and Prevent Tennis Elbow:
Infographic by – Paleohacks