Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) typically involves pain in the region of the lateral elbow where the common tendon for a number of the wrist extensor muscles attaches.
Symptoms associated with this condition are typically brought on with activities like writing, typing and tasks that require repetitive gripping.
Like other tendon issues, resistance training appears to be helpful in many cases for both reducing painful symptoms and improving the work capacity of the tendon.
If you believe you are suffering from tennis elbow and need help with designing a rehab program, please see our tennis elbow program. In many cases, a simple home exercise program work quite well for improving function and decreasing this type of pain.