While it is commonly associated with golf, it can also be caused by repetitive motions involving gripping, such as racket sports, weightlifting, or even typing. The condition is marked by symptoms such as pain, tenderness, stiffness, and weakness in the affected arm.
This condition is more common in those who participate in certain sports, especially golf, throwing sports, bowling, football, archery, and weight lifting. People working in occupations that require heavy gripping or repeated hand movements, like carpentry or typing, can be predisposed to this condition.
Studies show that up to 40% of untreated patients suffer prolonged discomfort, some as long as three years. If you are experiencing pain in your elbow, E3 Chiropractic + Wellness in Saskatoon is here to help! Book an appointment today!
Physiotherapists utilize a variety of techniques and exercises to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and restore normal function. Treatment options may include manual therapy, such as soft tissue mobilization, and dry needling, to improve range of motion and flexibility. Physiotherapists may also prescribe specific exercises to strengthen the forearm muscles and correct any underlying muscle imbalances.
At E3 Chiropractic + Wellness, our team of highly skilled and experienced physiotherapists takes a holistic approach to treatment, considering each patient's individual needs and goals. E3 Chiropractic + Wellness offers state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge treatment modalities to provide comprehensive care for golfer's elbow.
Chiropractic care is another valuable treatment option for golfer's elbow. Chiropractors focus on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal conditions, including joint dysfunctions that can contribute to the development of golfer's elbow. Chiropractors can restore proper joint function and alleviate pain by employing manual techniques, such as joint manipulation and mobilization.
E3 Chiropractic + Wellness is a renowned chiropractic clinic in Saskatoon that offers specialized care for golfer's elbow. Our team of skilled chiropractors understands the biomechanics of the elbow joint and can provide targeted adjustments to alleviate pain and enhance overall function.
Our team of physiotherapists and chiropractors work collaboratively to develop personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient's needs. Combining the benefits of both disciplines can address the root causes of golfer's elbow, promote healing, and prevent future injuries.
The TPI Golf Screen is a tool used to identify the physical limitations of a golfer that may put you at an increased risk of injury and inhibit your ability to achieve the maximum potential of your golf swing.