This is a painful injury which affects the outside part of the elbow. It is often caused by repetitive twisting and lifting of the wrist and is not restricted to tennis players.
Golfers elbow affects the inside of the elbow with pain sometimes extending to the forearm. This injury is a frequent complaint among golfers but is also associated with prolonged gripping.
Is a condition characterised by tissue damage occurring at the point where the bicep meets the front of the shoulder. Often linked to throwing, racket sports or excessive lifting and frequently occurring in conjunction with other shoulder injuries.
A common injury in children and adolescents usually occurring when a fall occurs on an outstretched arm resulting in the bones being knocked out of position. Results in immediate pain and an inability to move the arm or an immediate onset of swelling.