Athletes who perform physical activities that require repetitive stress on the tendons of their forearm muscles are most at risk for medial epicondylitis, or golfer’s elbow.
If you’ve ever experienced pain or inflammation on the inner side of your elbow after moving or working out, you may have felt the effects of golfer’s elbow. While golfer’s elbow often does not require medical attention, there are instances when you may want to seek treatment for ongoing pain. You can learn more about the causes and symptoms of this common injury by checking out this video.
For more information on how you can stay strong and healthy, contact the sports medicine team at The Orthopedic Clinic Association in Phoenix. Our physicians are experts in the prevention and treatment of sports injuries. Call (602) 639-4027 to schedule your appointment.