Golfers elbow or medial epicondylitis is similar to tennis elbow but it is caused by repetitive stress on the tendons on the inside of the elbow and overuse of the flexor and pronator muscles of the forearm and wrist. It gets its name because it is commonly seen in golfers but can also be seen in weightlifters and ball players. It can be caused by poor equipment, too strong a grip or poor swing technique. People with golfers elbow complain of pain along the inner elbow and pain can be felt during wrist flexion like in a press up or forearm pronation twisting the forearm like how you would when turning a dial counter clockwise. The treatment would be similar to tennis elbow above.