Tennis Elbow is a painful condition of the arm often caused by recurrent use for work or recreation. Based on the history and physical exam, a physician can make a diagnosis without use of imaging or tests. Treatment is important to prevent worsened pain and weakness. Options for therapy include rest and ice, braces, over-the-counter pain medication, stretching and strengthening exercises, and joint injections with steroids.
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