Arthritis is commonly characterized by joint pains and mobility problems. This ailment causes muscle pain, limited flexibility, and other internal problems that inhibit a person's movement. Due to the persistent pain associated with the condition, people who suffer from arthritis may find it hard to walk, move their limbs, or even use their hands.
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Is there pain slowly increasing on the outside of your elbows? Does the pain get worse when you shake your hands or tighten your grip? Are simple tasks like brushing your teeth, opening jars, and using a knife or a fork difficult because of the pain? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might have a tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis.