tennis playerSymptoms

  • Pain on the outside of the elbow
  • Pain is worse when gripping objects such as tools, brushes or coffee cups
  • Pain usually increases over time, though it can occassionally suddenly come on
  • Men are more likely to get tennis elbow
  • 30-50 year olds are most frequently affected
  • This condition is not limited to tennis players but rather occurs in patients who repetitively use their arm, elbow, and wrist.


Deriving its name from the high occurrence in tennis athletes, this condition causes pain on the outside of the elbow. It is primarily from a repetitive contraction of the muscles on the elbow that causes an irritation and/or an inflammation in the soft tissue.

Lateral epicondylitis typically responds well to conservative, non-invasive care and rarely requires surgery. It can be very persistent, however, and early treatment can greatly aid in a quick resolution.


Doctor Wright is a chiropractic extremity specialist and can utilize many non-surgical, conservative treatments focused on reducing pain and improving flexibility and function. To see if chiropractic may be able to help you call 817-594-5944 today for a complimentary consultation.

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