If you’ve heard of Tennis Elbow, you may have heard of Golfer’s Elbow as well. Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis elbow have one major difference: where you’re hurting. While both target pain in the elbow, Golfer’s Elbow stems from damage to the tendons outside of the elbow, while Tennis Elbow stems from damage to the inside.
Despite the name, Golfer’s Elbow does not only affect golfer’s. When playing any sports, most of your injuries come from repetitive wear and tear. This particular injury comes from recurring use of the wrist and fingers.
In this video, Dr. Chip shared with us where and how to stretch out those particular muscles that may be giving you pain.
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