Tennis elbow is used to describe an injury that usually originates from the lateral epicondyle. The lateral epicondyle is a bony region on the outside of the elbow and several muscles which help to extend the wrist and fingers are attached there.
Tennis elbow symptoms can be categorised as acute if less than 6 weeks, sub-acute from 6 weeks to three months, chronic if more than three months. There are also instances when the pain re-occurs.
What are tennis elbow symptoms?