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The Top Five Chronic Tennis Injuries (The Ones That Sneak Up On You Gradually)

The most common Chronic Injuries tennis players suffer

The five most common chronic, cumulative or “overuse-type” injuries suffered by tennis players, by Allen Willette of Tennis Elbow Classroom.

The Top Five Chronic Tennis Injuries (Storify Presentation)

Patellar Tendinopathy

‘Patellar Tendinopathy’ is one of the most common kinds of injury in tennis.

These are the injuries, like Tennis Elbow, that creep up on tennis players (and racket sports enthusiasts of all kinds)

In some ways they can be more vexing and harder to recover from than the dramatic, sudden, acute injuries like sprains and strains.

This list is part of a pair of “Top Five” lists – one for Chronic and another to follow for Acute tennis injuries…

Here’s my post with both, for a comprehensive

“Top-10” list of both types of injury (Acute And Chronic)

Here’s the short list of these ‘Cumulative’ tennis-related injuries:

  1. Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow
  2. Rotator Cuff Tendinopathies
  3. Patellar Tendinopathies
  4. Achilles Tendinopathies
  5. Stress Fractures

See on Scoop.itAbout Tennis Elbow

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