Can tennis elbow pain go up to your shoulder?

Can tennis elbow pain go up to your shoulder?
Do you have pain in your outer elbow that extends all the way up to your shoulder? You may be suffering from tennis elbow. 
The main symptom of tennis elbow is a pain in the outer part of your elbow that can extend to your forearm muscles and maybe into the hands as well. However, this pain can travel all the way up into your shoulder. This usually happens once .....

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Ten tips to get the most effective use out of your tennis elbow brace

Ten tips to get the most effective use out of your tennis elbow brace
Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is a common condition that causes pain in the outer part of the elbow. One of the common treatment adjuncts for tennis elbow are braces that are worn on the painful area to support the weak forearm muscles. There is a huge variety of braces out there in the market but basically they all work by applying pressure to the forearm muscles and in turn supporting the area. This is very helpful in the acute phase with the forearm weakness and pain. However we need to know how to use the brace in the most efficient manner to get the maximum benefit out of it. 
 Here are ten tips to get the most effective use out of your brace ....
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Easy tips and exercises to overcome Golfers Elbow- Pain in the inner elbow

Easy tips and exercises to overcome Golfers Elbow- Pain in the inner elbow
Golfers elbow is pain in the inner elbow which may or may not be caused by playing golf. Another name for golfers elbow is medial epicondylitis, which literally means inflammation of the medial epicondyle.

Four signs that you may be suffering from golfers elbow:
#1. You have pain or burning ....
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Easy tips and exercises to overcome Tennis Elbow- Pain in the outer elbow

Easy tips and exercises to overcome Tennis Elbow- Pain in the outer elbow
If you are experiencing pain in your outer elbow, you may have tennis elbow. This condition is also known as lateral epicondylitis, and it can be quite painful. In this blog post, we will discuss four signs that indicate that you may be suffering from tennis elbow as well as treatment and prevention tips ....

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