Tennis Elbow Overview
  • Tennis elbow is also known as lateral epicondylitis because it is a painful condition that mostly occur when tendons in the elbow are overloaded, especially by repetitive motions of the wrist and arm.
  • Despite its name, tennis elbow is not only developed among the athletes, but also for people whose jobs feature the motions like the plumbers, painters, carpenters, and butchers can also lead to tennis elbow. 
  • The pain occurs primarily where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to a bony bump which is outside the elbow. It can also spread in the forearm and wrist.
  • Rest and over-the-counter pain relievers mostly help to relieve tennis elbow. In case, if conservative treatments don’t help or if symptoms are disabled, your doctor might suggest surgery for sure.

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Signs and symptoms
  • Losing grip in holding an object
  • Shivering hands
  • Ache in the outer side of the elbow
  • Tenderness
  • Feeing restless
Risk Factors
  • Old age
  • Occupation
  • Sport activities
  • Previous injury
  • Repetitive movements
  • Manual labourers

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Diet and Nutrition
  • Drink more fresh celery juice, pineapple juice for reducing pain and inflammation caused by tennis elbow.
  • Fishes like mackerel, salmon are rich sources of omega 3 fatty acids and should be consumed along with the flax seeds.
  • Foods such as broccoli, cabbage, spinach, whole grains, nuts, blueberries should be included in a regular diet.
  • Foods like cheese, milk, and eggs are rich sources of minerals and vitamins which can help you to recover the inflamed tendons and muscle coverings.
  • Low fat protein food like chicken also helps in building new tendon material making the treatment more effective.
  • Barley also contains anti-inflammatory properties which can alleviate the painful symptoms of tennis elbow.
Prevention
  • Be fit by exercising regularly
  • Avoid pressurising or stretching the affected areas
  • Exercise your hands and wrists whenever possible
  • Reduce caffeinated products and alcohol intake
  • Stay strong and keep yourself flexible
  • Do yoga and keep stretching your muscles
  • Avoid processed or fried food

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