Elbow Therapy

Golfer's Elbow

The elbow joint is a complex structure made of two bony thickenings called the epicondyles, and a complex network of muscles and tendons. Together these allow for stretching, bending and rotating the forearm, wrist and elbow. When the muscles on the inner side of the elbow are inflamed or damaged, a patient suffers from the condition Golfer’s elbow.

Tennis Elbow

Resilient muscles and tendons run along the elbow joint through to the wrist. When stressed, they act as flexors in both joints and facilitate the transfer of power along the entire arm. These tendons can become inflamed from overuse, causing pain and irritation.

Golfers Elbow & Arm

Resilient muscles and tendons run along the elbow joint through to the wrist. When stressed, they act as flexors in both joints and facilitate the transfer of power along the entire arm. Overstretching of these muscles and tendons can lead to small injuries (known as micro-traumas).