Golfer’s Elbow

Medial Epicondylitis is commonly known as " Golfer's Elbow."  This condition is caused by repeated wrist flexion against resistance much like that of a golfer taking repeated swings with the golf club.  Pain is present at the medial epicondyle or the bump on the inside of your elbow.  This is due to the repeated stress on the attachment site for the wrist flexor's of the forearm and where they attach to the elbow.  This condition is not exclusively just for golfer's but any athlete who does this repeated action.  Many throwers and construction workers also complain of this ailment.  However, don't

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