Most people enjoy an active lifestyle where using their wrist and elbow is second nature. However, if you start experiencing wrist or elbow pain, it can be difficult to complete some of the most simple tasks such as typing, opening a jar or turning a doorknob. Wrist and elbow pain is commonly found in the non-dominant arm when specific muscles and tendons become stressed as a result of being weaker and smaller. The muscles in your non-dominant wrist and elbow may not be strong enough to overcome repetitive action and at times, the cause of pain may actually be from other regions of the body, specifically the neck and upper back. Injury to the wrist and elbow could be the cause of a work related injury, sports injury or overuse limiting your ability to flex, bend, push and pull with your arm.