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elbow pain only when i extend my arm suddenly.

7 months ago, while playing a boxing game on my Wii (Video game console), i got pain in the outside of the right elbow. It pains only when i extend my arm suddenly. I have no problem lifting weights or slowing opening my arm, but it is very painful throwing a ball or playing squash. I have stopped playing squash and my GP has not diagnosed anything yet and i am really worried.
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replied November 28th, 2013
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You might have a lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow. The best specialist for this is physical medicine and rehab, better one specializing in sports medicine.


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replied November 8th, 2014
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It is really called a tennis elbow for people who do not understand the technical word.

This could be fixed in 2 minutes by the right healer.

I know as I have fixed over 700 hundred + of these and these people have no more problem.
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