Anatomy and Injury Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is an irritation of the outer layer of the bony lateral epicondyle (bone ...
Learn how to treat elbow pain associated with tight muscles and sore tendons, often the result of over reliance of the crimp grip in climbing.
Tennis elbow is a classic but surprisingly mysterious repetitive strain injury to the muscles and tendons on the back of the arm and outside of the elbow, the wrist and finger extensors.
Climb Injury-Free The Book Has injury prevented you from climbing harder?
More recalcitrant than Castro, though less charismatic, elbow pain is the most common and debilitating of chronic climbing injuries.
Tennis elbow is one of the most common type of elbow pain, even if you don't play tennis.
Cozen's Test for Diagnosis Tennis elbow The purpose of Cozen's test (also known as the "resisted wrist extension test"
Elbow pain. ... Elbow tendinosis/tendonitis/tendinopathy.
Should you continue to lift weights or do upper-body strength-training exercises if you have a Tennis Elbow injury?
Lateral Epicondylosis Rock Rehab Protocol The Lateral Epicondylosis "Rock Rehab Protocol" is a step-by-step rehabilitation and ...