Symptoms of Tennis Elbow
The following are the most common symptoms of tennis elbow. However, each individual may experience symptoms differently.
Initially, the pain may be felt along the outside of the forearm and elbow. The pain may increase down to the wrist, even at rest, if the person continues the activity that causes the condition. Pain may also persist when the arm and hand are placed palm-down on a table and the person tries to raise the hand against resistance, or with lifting and gripping small objects, such as a coffee cup.
The symptoms of tennis elbow may resemble other medical problems or conditions. Always consult your doctor for a diagnosis.