Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is pain on the outside of a person’s elbow caused by damage to the tendons by the force of a tennis ball hitting a racket in the backhand position. 

Tennis Elbow is usually diagnosed is both men and women between the ages of 30-50.

Symptoms of Tennis Elbow may include:

  • Pain along the outside of the forearm and elbow
  • Weakness when gripping objects with the hand

Treatment of Tennis Elbow

The following are common treatments for tennis elbow:

For information on our orthopedic services and the treatment of tennis elbow, call Christian Hospital at 314.747.9355 or toll-free at 877.747.9355 or email us.