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surface causing tennis elbow?

mtalinm

Active Member
for the first time in my life I got tennis elbow. doctor was puzzled but said it can come from a variety of things. it happened about a month after buying the SP. I also notice that it is aggravated whenever I reach up to touch the screen as one does with the SP. any chance they are related?
 

mitchellvii

Well-Known Member
Are you sure you aren't using this mouse?

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souldier

Active Member
No idea. You'd be your best judge. If you feel discomfort while doing anything on the surface pro, then that'd probably be your culprit. I haven't had any negative experiences
 

HD_Dude

New Member
I would give serious consideration to your observations.

I once started having pain in my knee...just the right knee.

No idea why, but it hurt so bad!

I finally tracked it to my 6-month old Audi TT Roadster. Turns out, being over 6 feet, the 'pivot,' when I opened the door, spun around and lowered myself into the seat, was too much for my 50+ year old knees.

Sold it.

Never had the pain since. But damn, I sure miss that car.
 

mitchellvii

Well-Known Member
I would give serious consideration to your observations.

I once started having pain in my knee...just the right knee.

No idea why, but it hurt so bad!

I finally tracked it to my 6-month old Audi TT Roadster. Turns out, being over 6 feet, the 'pivot,' when I opened the door, spun around and lowered myself into the seat, was too much for my 50+ year old knees.

Sold it.

Never had the pain since. But damn, I sure miss that car.


That's a chick car anyway, get a BMW Z4, much better.

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scythe

New Member
It sounds crazy but I think I have the same problem. My elbow has been getting worse for months and I couldn't figure out why. Nothing seemed to help. I just realized that it started after I got my surface pro. Holding it to read for long periods of time seems like it might be causing it.
 

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