Elbow Pain

Are You Facing Persistent Discomfort In Your Elbow, Hindering You From Performing Daily Tasks Such As Lifting Weights, Carrying Groceries, Or Participating In Sports Like Tennis, Golf, Or Pickleball?

Despite trying various remedies like heating pads, ice, home TENS units, massages, and medical treatment, has the pain lingered longer than expected?


If injections, pills, or physical therapy have failed to provide lasting relief in the past, and you find yourself avoiding activities that worsen the pain, fear not.


We are here to assist you in discovering effective, long-term solutions.


We aim to help you overcome this elbow pain, enabling you to resume your regular work and home duties without discomfort.

Conditions We Commonly Treat For The Elbow Include:
These Conditions Can Be Caused By Various Factors, Such As:
The Push Through Performance Approach Aims To Address And Resolve Pain In The Following Manner:
  1. Break the Pain Cycle: This is achieved through comprehensive education, manual therapy techniques, and enhancing tissue mobility.
  2. Improve Joint, Muscle, and Nerve Mechanics: The focus is on enhancing the mechanics of the affected joints, muscles, and nerves during daily functional tasks as well as specific exercises and sports activities.
  3. Strengthening and Endurance: The treatment plan includes appropriate loading of the tissues to improve strength, power, and endurance, ensuring they are well-prepared to handle various demands without fear of reinjury.
For Elbow-Specific Treatments, The Following Strategies Are Employed:
Key Points to Understand:
  1. Tissues Heal: The body can repair itself naturally, but sometimes it may get stuck in the inflammatory phase of tissue repair. In such cases, external assistance can help transition to the recovery phase.
  2. Source of Pain and Imaging: Pain is not always directly correlated with x-ray or MRI results. Tissue damage seen on imaging may not necessarily cause pain or functional limitations, and conversely, pain can exist without visible findings on imaging, often due to nervous tissue sensitivity.
  3. Soreness after Exercise: While soreness is not the ultimate goal, it’s not always a cause for concern. True strength gains require some micro-damage to the tissues, which recover and become stronger. Monitoring soreness can help gauge whether the tissue is ready for increased load, needs to maintain the current level, or requires a reduction in training intensity until it’s better prepared.
  4. Returning to Activities: With proper education, correct mechanics, and gradual tissue loading, it is usually possible to return to previous or desired activities following an injury or discomfort.

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