Get back on the court, the course, the computer, and life!
Our approach will involve manual hands-on techniques
Injuries that lead to elbow pain can vary from tennis elbow to fractures. Elbow pain can impact your life by making it hard to play your favorite sport, to do your job, or to sleep at night. These injuries can cause lesions in the bone, the cartilage of the joints, the ligaments of the joints, the nerves around the elbow, and the collagen of the tendons where they attach to the bones. Our training allows us to identify the tissues and the joint-movement dysfunctions that have resulted from the injury. Diagnosis includes making sure that your neck is functioning well, as problems there will impact the function and tolerance of the tissues in the elbow. This is often a missing factor when it comes to tennis and golfer’s elbow.
Our approach will involve manual hands-on techniques to normalize the tone of the muscles (how much they are firing) and the movement at the joints. You don’t get the elbow straight by just pulling on it if the bones are not moving properly at the joints. In fact, such manipulation could damage the joint surface as the cartilage gets compressed. Likewise, we will help you engage in thoughtful exercises that will provide input needed to stimulate the cells that will heal the tissue as well as exercises directed toward restoring proper movement of the elbow. Let us help you get back on the court, the course, the computer, and life.
Impacting Your Life!
Elbow pain can impact your life by making it hard to play your favorite sport, to do your job, or to sleep at night.
Percentage of People (ages 20 to 50) Affected By Elbow Pain
Number of Elbow Pain Patients Treated
YEARS Treating Elbow & *Neck Pain *(Sometimes Related)
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