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Medial epicondylitis, more commonly referred to as golfer’s elbow, refers to a painful condition that involves the tendons of the forearm muscles that are attached to the bony bump on the inner side of the elbow (medial epicondyle). In some cases, the pain spreads into the forearm and wrist. When the pain develops on the outside of the elbow through a similar set of events, it is referred to as tennis elbow. Other symptoms of golfer’s elbow include: Pain and tenderness on the bony section inside the elbow – especially when you have a strong grip with the affected hand Weakness in the wrist Intense pain when bending/rotating the wrist inwards The symptoms usually appear gradually, and can be easily dismissed as another uncomfortable niggle. With time, you begin to experience recurrent stiffness, and then it manifests as a painful injury that causes you to lose function of the arm.…

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