Tennis elbow is generally a self-limiting condition, and spontaneously improves in about 80–90% of people over 1–2 years. Symptoms are often of insidious onset, without any clear precipitating event, but may follow an injury or increased levels of activity.
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Other conditions that may present similarly to tennis elbow include: Rheumatoid arthritis or septic arthritis — may be suggested by a hot, tender, or swollen joint. See the CKS topic on Rheumatoid arthritis for more information. Cervical radiculopathy (referred pain from the cervical spine) may cause neck pain and numbness or muscle weakness affecting the C6–8 distribution.
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Golfer's elbow is caused by inflammation of the flexor origin at the medial humeral epicondyle, where there is pain and tenderness. It is far less common than its counterpart tennis elbow. It is characterised by pain radiating across the flexor aspect of the arm and there is pain on resisted pronation.
Physiotherapist at Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia showing a simple exercise you can do at home to help with your tennis elbow.Tennis elbow is clinic...