Tennis elbow or as it is medically termed ‘lateral epicondylitis’ i.e. inflammation (itis) on the outer (lateral) bony point (epicondyle) of your elbow. Confusingly, this phrase is used as an umbrellla term for many pains arising around the elbow. Hence, if people look up the condition on Dr Google and follow any advice, it is…
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