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Golfer’s Elbow San Diego

Golfer’s elbow is also known as medial epicondylitis and occurs due to inflammation and degeneration of the common flexor tendon as it attaches to the bony prominence on the inside of your elbow. This problem typically arises from repetitive hand, wrist or forearm motions and can occur with golf, tennis, bowling, weight lifting and baseball (pitcher’s elbow). It can also occur with non-sporting activities that involve repetitive arm movements or gripping such as typing, painting, carpentry, and raking. Learn more about your treatment options by clicking on the following link: