Tennis elbow is a painful condition caused by frequent forearm muscle contractions. The tennis elbow occurs on the outside.
The only difference between the golfer’s elbow and the tennis elbow is that golfer’s elbow occurs on the inside of the elbow whereas, tennis elbow occurs on the outside.
Arthritis in Elbow
Many people experience arthritis of the elbow as a sharp pain when bending as well as straightening the elbow joint. This happens due to the swelling of the joint lining, which causes the joint space to narrow.