Tennis elbow

Lateral Epicondylitis, commonly known as Tennis Elbow, it is a condition caused by overexertion of the arm, forearm and hand muscles leading to chronic elbow pain – usually found in people who perform daily activities that strain the elbow (Tennis players, manual laborers, cricketers etc.).

Tennis elbow

6 Proven Ways to Test your Tennis Elbow

Why Should you do a Tennis Elbow Test? Lateral epicondylitis, commonly known as Tennis Elbow, is a type of Tendonitis; caused as a result of damage to the tendons that connect the forearm to your elbow, which results in chronic […]

Tennis elbow

What Does A Compression Arm Sleeve Do?

If you are a sports fan then you have probably seen many of your favorite athletes on television wearing compression sleeves. Compression sleeves are becoming more and more popular every year. If you don’t understand what compression sleeves do, you […]