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The most common symptoms of tennis elbow include a gradually increasing pain around the outer area of the elbow, one that usually worsens when pressure is applied while clenching an object or shaking someone's hand, as n... More »

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To remedy tennis elbow pain, rest the tendon as soon as symptoms begin in order to allow small tears to heal, according to WebMD. Applying cold packs or ice several times daily for about 10 to 15 minutes each time, takin... More »

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According to WebMD, water on the elbow, or bursitis, is caused by pressure on the bursa, a blow to the elbow or an infection. Of these causes, pressure is the most prevalent. In fact, it is called student's elbow because... More »

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A popping sound at the elbow when the tendon breaks and severe pain are common symptoms of a biceps tendon tear at the elbow, states the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. A common symptom of a biceps tendon tear ... More »

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The common symptoms of reflex sympathetic dystrophy are severe burning pain, swelling, stiffness and discoloration, usually in the patient's hand, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Reflex sympath... More »

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Some symptoms of a torn tendon include severe pain, deformity in the affected area, bruising, weakness and inability to sustain weight, explains WebMD. Some symptoms are linked to particular injuries, such as the inabili... More »

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Treatment for tennis elbow involves resting, avoiding all activities that cause pain to the elbow, taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and applying ice to the affected area. Cortisone gels and injections are some... More »

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