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Can only athletes really get a tennis elbow?

Can only athletes really get a tennis elbow?

A doctor explains whether only athletes can really get a tennis elbow The tennis elbow (epicondylitis humeri radialis) is a relatively common disease, in which overloading a certain tendon causes small tears and inflammation in the tissue, which can ultimately lead to tissue changes.

Pain caused by a limestone shoulder: This helps against shoulder pain

Pain caused by a limestone shoulder: This helps against shoulder pain

Like thousands of electric shocks: Lime shoulder leads to excruciating pain Suddenly the shoulder hurts. The complaints describe the severity of those affected as "hellish". Then the cause could be limescale deposits in the shoulder joints. But the chances of a cure are good. Osteopathy, physiotherapy and pain medication can help.

Liver stains on the arm are often a sign of an increased risk of cancer

Liver stains on the arm are often a sign of an increased risk of cancer

New Method Improves Skin Cancer Screening People with more than 11 liver spots in one arm may be more susceptible to developing melanoma. There is a new method that could be used by doctors to more quickly identify the number of moles on the entire body.