Tennis Isn’t the Only Thing that Can Cause Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow PDFTennis elbow is a condition that is caused by over using the wrist. This type of injury occurs when the tendon that connects the wrist to the elbow gets inflamed or tears.

In a recent interview with the team at CNN, Emory Sports Medicine physician Dr. Amadeus Mason was asked to speak about Tennis Elbow and answers questions such as:

  • What is Tennis Elbow?
  • What types of professions are most likely to cause Tennis Elbow?
  • How can you prevent Tennis Elbow?
  • How is Tennis Elbow treated?

Check out Dr. Mason’s full interview in the video below:


If you have questions about tennis elblow or other hand and upper extremity conditions join us on Tuesday, July 23 at noon for a live chat on the topic. Emory Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr. Claude Jarrett will be leading the chat and available to answer questions. Register by visiting emoryhealthcare.org/mdchats

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Dr. Amadeus MasonAbout Dr. Mason

Dr. Mason is an assistant professor in the Orthopaedics and Family Medicine departments at Emory University. He is board certified in Sports Medicine with a special interest in track and field, running injuries and exercise testing. He has been trained in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound, and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection. Dr. Mason is Team Physician for USA Track and Field and the National Scholastic Sports Foundation Track and Field and Cross Country meets, Tucker High School, and Georgia Tech Track and Field.

 

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