Epondilitis is a common, annoying, but completely harmless elbow disorder. Conservative massage therapy, homeopathy, ointments and patience help to cope with the annoying symptoms ...
Elbow epondilitis (English is called Epicondylitis , or Tennis elbow ) is a common condition with elbow pain that reflects on the forearm and arm. It is due either to violent stress or to gradual repetitive hand strain in manual work. Anatomical damage is a tiny detachment of the fibers of the extending tendons (where the wrist and toes are stretched) in the outer vertebra of the bony bone (occipital tendon). Because the condition is common in tennis players, it is also internationally called Tennis Elbow ( Tennis Illness ), but it also occurs in non-tennis players. The diagnosis is very easy and does not require any special examination. after being diagnosed with palpation alone.
Which is due
- Immediate impact injury (eg fall, blow)
- Gradual Injury (Recurring Minor Injuries)
- Excessive tension in the tendons due to a sudden movement, which is accompanied by excessive weight.
- It is a common phenomenon that the onset of the condition is associated with the patient's re-participation in a sport activity that has been interrupted for a long time.
- Insufficient or bad warm-up
- Poor recovery from previous thoracic trauma in a nearby area
- Wrong sport technique e.g. Tennis players whose backs are weak are often prone to compensate for their poor technique with a sharp wrist extension to prevent the ball. This strains the tendon of the extending joint (located on the outside of the forearm) as well as the brachionocorticoid.