When tennis elbow and golfer's elbow strikes

Golfer’s elbow is caused by repetitive twisting motion of the wrist, which affects the forearm muscles, like in this golf swing. — AFP

In young children and toddlers, nursemaid’s elbow is a common injury that occurs when a child is yanked too hard by his hand or wrist.

It may happen when someone lifts a child up by one arm, for example, when trying to carry the child over a curb or high step.

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