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Golfer’s elbow is a descriptive term for pain on the inside of the elbow that is typically aggravated by gripping or lifting when the palm is facing upwards, or hitting a golf ball. One of the most common diagnoses for golfer’s elbow is tendinopathy of the common flexor tendons of the wrist, which is typically an overuse injury. The muscles that bend the wrist forwards attach onto a bony point on the inside of the elbow (medial epicondyle) via a common tendon. This tendon can become painful following increases in activities such as gripping, pushing and golf. 

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