Elbow pain not TE or GE

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  1. JEDBERG

    JEDBERG New User

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    I am experiencing some pain in elbow. I do not think it is TE or GE because the pain is coming from around the tip of the elbow and there is no pain from picking things up (like a gallon of milk). The pain is more prevent when I straighten the elbow or flex the bicep. I really bothers me on the serve. Does anyone know what my issue might be and what I can do about it?
     
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  2. GrandSlam45

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    Check your arm extension. Hold both arms out in front of you, palms facing up. Can you straighten both arms fully and equally? If not, you probably have a tight bicep muscle, or tight arm muscles in general. It causes elbow pain, and pain during tennis because your arm is wanting to fully extend.

    I have the same problem and it's very difficult to fix.
     
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  3. JEDBERG

    JEDBERG New User

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    Thank you for the reply GRANDSLAM45. I tried the test that you suggested and had no issues with straighten the arm.
     
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