Ok, I don't really have tennis elbow, as in a real case of inflammation of the lateral epicondyle. It hurts little at rest, but the symptoms are like this: I can feel pain in the right elbow, not at the lateral epicondyle but where the triceps insert onto the elbow when I work out extensively, like a bench press (I'm a onehander btw). I'm pretty sure this pain is caused by tennis, the mouse, as well as weightlifting. This really puts a limit on how much I can lift, especially when I'm playing tennis as well. And at rest, it doesn't really hurt but I can still feel there is SOME damage to the tendons, as in they're probably not in perfect condition. So I want to know what I should do to prevent further damage. http://www.nismat.org/ptcor/tennis_elbow/ here it says "a one-handed backhand with poor technique (the ball is hit with the front of the shoulder up and power generated from the forearm muscles)" can cause tennis elbow. I don't know if I do this, like my shoulders are level and it's not like I'm using entirely my forearm muscles (extension of the elbow) to hit it, but I mean my elbow does go from being bent to straight, so I do use my forearm extensors... I don't know. If I could get some advice on what to do with the situation it would be appreciated.