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Do I Really Have Tennis Elbow, Or Is It…?

Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a painful condition that affects the bony bump on the outside of your elbow where the tendons of the forearm muscles attach to the bone. You may also experience pain and weakness in your wrist and forearm, particularly when performing movements like gripping, shaking hands or turning a doorknob.

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My Shoulder is Clicking, What is Causing This?

A clicking or cracking sound when you move your shoulder or feeling a popping or grinding sensation in the joint at the top of your arm (crepitus) can have a number different causes. Some of these may be nothing to worry about but others might be a sign of some kind of underlying health condition…

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Shoulder Osteoarthritis: What are my Treatment Options?

If you have been diagnosed with shoulder osteoarthritis, your orthopaedic surgeon will set out the treatment options that are available to you. These will depend on a range of factors, including the severity of your condition, your general state of health and your age. As a general rule, the least invasive treatments will always be…

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