sensitive elbowJoint and muscle pain is simply just part of the aging process.  The daily grind puts strain and stress on our muscles and joints, which overtime are bound to experience wear and tear.  This is even more common for individuals who perform repetitive tasks on a daily basis.  It’s not a matter of “if” an injury may occur but “when”.

If you are part of the population who performs repetitive arm movements or tasks that require a tight grip on an object to complete a task, then you may just be starting to notice a sensitive elbow.  What exactly does this mean?

There can be many reasons for elbow sensitivity to the touch.  What’s even more important though is the location of your elbow sensitivity.

If your elbow is sensitive on the outside, then this is most likely an indication and first signs that you are developing a repetitive strain injury more commonly known as tennis elbow.

But don’t let the name fool you.  This injury is not reserved or only apply to tennis players.  Simply the opposite!  Only 5% of the reported millions of tennis elbow cases each year are from tennis players!

Tennis elbow can have many symptoms, all of which involve pain, tenderness and a sensitive elbow region.  Some of the symptoms of tennis elbow can include:

a) outer elbow pain when holding, gripping or squeezing an object –  Your elbow pain will become worse the more you hold the object or squeeze the object.  You may notice the pain when you are trying to open up a jar or even turning a doorknob. Take note of the pain that you have and how often it occurs

b) elbow tenderness or pain that radiates from the forearm when bending the wrist –  The pain that is associated with tennis elbow is more of an ache rather than a shooting pain, although it will get progressively worse over time if you choose to ignore it.

c) elbow soreness when you touch the bony prominence on the outside of your elbow –  This is one of the most common symptoms of tennis elbow, although it does not automatically mean that you have the condition. Tennis elbow symptoms also mirror other types of symptoms and this type of pain can also be caused by a contusion. If the pain persists for no known cause, it is possible that you may be suffering from tennis elbow.

d) your injured elbow is extremely difficult to straighten fully, especially first thing in the morning when you wake – When you suffer from tennis elbow, your extensor tendon gets torn.  When injuries to muscles and/or tendons occur they usually shorten which in turn puts strain and pressure on the other supporting structures.  This affects how the other supporting muscles/tendons move, resulting in that stiff, tight feeling in your forearm.

e) a weakening grip or constantly fumbling or dropping things – Many people who have tennis elbow really notice it when they find that they have such a weak grip that they cannot properly turn a door knob or hold a coffee mug.  Your confidence in carrying even a simple grocery bag from your car to your home comes into question.

Now all of the above symptoms are not the be all and end all when it comes to tennis elbow but you should be aware that a sensitive elbow is surely one of them.  Tennis elbow is an injury that you really need to take seriously and don’t ignore it!  It can get progressively worst real fast to the point that you will become totally dependant on others for the most basic daily chores and tasks.

If you can relate to the above tennis elbow symptoms and want to know how to recover from your sensitive elbow pain and treat it fast with a tennis elbow natural cure, I’ve got some good news for you.  Forget spending a fortune on physiotherapists, doctors or medical gadgets!  It’s simply unnecessary and a complete waste of your money and time!

As someone who’s suffered from tennis elbow for over 7 years, I know exactly how you are feeling right now.

Despite what you may have heard or read on the internet about tennis elbow, did you know that you can cure and treat tennis elbow from the comfort of your own home?  No drugs, no doctors, no elbow braces, no special exercise equipment or medical devices.

When you click on the Learn More button below, a short video will reveal to you 5 simple steps to completely recover from a sensitive elbow and tennis elbow once and for all!

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2 Responses to Sensitive Elbow

  1. Ziarre says:

    Good to find an expert who knows what he’s talking about!

  2. […] Are there specific activities or movements that causes your elbow pain to increase?  Do you have a sensitive elbow or is your elbow sometimes tender to the […]

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