Tennis elbow usually refers to pain in the outer part of the elbow and the upper part of the forearm. It is called tennis elbow but you do not need to be a tennis player to get it. Any repetitive motion can cause the injury, including gardening or typing.
The pain in the elbow is caused by inflammation of the tendon when it rubs against the bony protuberance at the outer part of the elbow. The adjustments done by our doctors can realign the entire body and reduce pressure on the elbow ligaments. A misalignment in the shoulders, neck, or back may lead to compensation injuries in the arms and elbows. These adjustments may be enough to fix the problem for some people.