Elbow Pain

Elbow pain refers to a constant or intermittent sharp, piercing, or burning sensation in the elbow that may be accompanied by tingling, weakness, or numbness. A common form of elbow pain is tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis, which is characterized by pain or soreness of the outer part of the elbow that is often caused by overuse and often associated with racquet sports such as tennis.

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