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4 responses to “Golfer’s Elbow – Physiology and Risk Factors”

  1. Tweets that mention Golfer’s Elbow - Physiology and Risk Factors | Burt Chiropractic -- Topsy.com

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  2. Tennis Elbow Physiology and Causes | Burt Chiropractic

    [...] and muscles located on the outside or the lateral part of the elbow. This is opposite to the golfer’s elbow which is the medial epicondylitis, a similar injury but instead of the pain and injury experienced [...]

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