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Tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, forearm pain

The diagnosis of these conditions can be complex and problematic. Tennis elbow is characterised by pain on the outside of the elbow which worsens when extending the wrist or grasping an object. This condition is usually caused by repetitive motions while playing tennis or working with tools such as screwdrivers and wrenches. Symptoms include pain when grasping an object and weakness in the wrist.

Golfer's elbow, on the other hand, causes pain on the inside of the elbow. Pain worsens when bending the wrist or grasping an object. The cause is often repetitive motions while playing golf or lifting heavy objects. Symptoms include pain when bending the elbow and a limited range of motion.
Forearm pain is characterised by chronic pain in the forearm area which does not go away with rest or treatment. Causes may include repetitive motion or injury. Symptoms usually include persistent pain and tenderness to the touch.


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