What A Sore Elbow to Touch Is A Sign Of
Have you recently noticed that you have a sore elbow to touch but you have no idea what it could be? Perhaps you notice a little elbow soreness and stiffness in the morning when you wake up. It’s even more noticeable when you stretch out your arm fully.
The biggest mistake that many individuals with a sore elbow make is not properly identifying the area or part of their elbow that the soreness is affecting. This can make a world of difference on whether you make a full recovery or you just treat your elbow condition temporarily and it will be back in the future.
People who successfully recover from a sore elbow that is tender to the touch take the important step in first identifying the location of their pain. If the soreness in your elbow when you touch it is on the back of your elbow and it’s swollen like an egg, then you most likely have elbow bursitis. This can be treated and cured with antibiotics that you can get from a pharmacist or Doctor.
If your elbow is sore to touch on the outside of your elbow or upper forearm then this is a symptom of an injury called lateral epicondylitis or more commonly referred to as tennis elbow. If you play tennis, then you now how common this injury is among fellow players but …
you don’t have to play tennis to be stricken with this injury. I bet you didn’t know that 95% of tennis elbow injuries reported worldwide each and every year are from people just like you who don’t even play the sport.
The first thing that most people do when they have an injury is to run to their Doctor for advice. This is not a bad thing, its just that most Doctors don’t specialize in treating tennis elbow. I know this from experience!
What if I told you that you can put a stop to your elbow soreness and tennis elbow for good from the chair you are sitting on right now?
Click here to learn 5 easy steps to heal and recover from tennis elbow so your elbow will be no longer sore to the touch.