Tennis and Golfers Elbow
Tennis elbow and golfers elbow are similar conditions, both affecting the points of attachment of the forearm muscles to the upper arm bone, the humerus. Tennis elbow affects the lateral, or outer aspect of the elbow, while golfers elbow affects the medial, or inner aspect. Although classified as an overuse injury, most times there is an underlying dysfunction in the joints and muscles of the forearm allowing the elbow to become vulnerable to injury. Treatment and exercises are aimed at restoring normal function and reducing the pain and inflammation of these common conditions.
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Sport is about performing at your highest level. Whether it’s tight muscles, weak muscles, recurrent injury, reduced mobility or poor stability that’s holding you back, our chiropractors and sports massage therapist are here to help you.
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We provide bespoke treatment which frees up stiff joints, reduces adhesions and can help manage pain which in turn aids recovery.