Elbow Tendonitis Symptoms
You may have symptoms, but it's not Elbow Tendonitis
Do you have Elbow Tendonitis Symptoms?
Do you have Elbow Tendonitis?
Did you answer 'YES' to both questions?
Then let's jump to the facts.
There is no such thing as Elbow Tendonitis
If you have 'Elbow Tendonitis', then you either have
or Golfers Elbow.
Find out more about that conversation on the
Elbow Tendonitis page,
I'm not going to repeat it all here.
So if you have Elbow Tendonitis Symptoms, you either have
Tennis Elbow Symptoms
or Golfers Elbow Symptoms. Both sets of symptoms are EXACTLY the same, except they are on opposite sides of the forearm and elbow.
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The Symptoms of Elbow Tendonitis
Essentially, if you have Elbow Tendonitis, which really is either Tennis Elbow or Golfers Elbow, then you will have these symptoms:
* Pain in the Forearm muscles, either on the palm side or the back of the hand side.
* Pain when extending or flexing the wrist and fingers
* Numbness and/or tingling
* Decreased grip strength
* Decreased range of motion
* Any degree or combination of these: Dull ache, sharp pain, burning, stinging, throbbing
If you have pain deep in the elbow, or moving your elbow makes a grinding sound, or if it hurts doing a bicep curl motion or tricep extension motion, then you may very well have something more than just tendonitis.
Feel free to ask questions about your symptoms and situation on the
Ask The Tendonitis Expert page.
The important thing to know about Elbow Tendonitis is, and I'm repeating this because it is one of those simple things that need repeating.
You either have Tennis Elbow. Or you have Golfers Elbow. Or both.
The only difference between the two is the side of the elbow/forearm that they are on.
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