Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis, as it is clinically known, is a condition that causes pain around the outside of the elbow. Tennis elbow can result in pain on the outside of the upper forearm, just below where the elbow bends.
It can also cause pain when a person is lifting or bending their arm or gripping small objects such as a pen. Pain may also arise when twisting the forearm, for example, if turning a door handle. Tennis elbow can also make it difficult for one to extend their arm.
Nick has been treating patients for over 9 years. He currently works in clinics in Duston and Milton Keynes.