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Elbow Greeting

Elbow Pain

“Self-care is how you take your power back.” - Lalah Delia


Tennis elbow or golfer's elbow share similarities, leading to discomfort, rigidity, and other indications around the elbow area. It is often overused injuries due to repetitive movements. As the pain intensifies with movement, these issues can disrupt your capacity to engage in work, attend school, or relish in your preferred athletic activities.


Tennis elbow aka lateral epicondylitis, is a pain and burning sensation on the outer elbow, along with a reduction in your grip strength. Tennis elbow commonly stems from damage to the extensor carpi radialis brevis muscle on your forearm. Excessive use of this muscle weakens it and makes the tendon more prone to inflammation and discomfort.


Golfer’s elbow aka medial epicondylitis, is a pain and burning sensation on the inner elbow along with a reduction in grip strength. Golfer's elbow is the inflammation of tendons connecting the muscles of your forearm to the inner bone of your elbow. The strain originates from repetitive and demanding movements, which stresses the forearm flexor muscles on the inner side of your elbow. The persistent straining of these muscles and tendons leads to recurring discomforting inflammation.


At Adept Chiropractic, we offer techniques such as adjustment, massage therapy, and cupping as part of our treatment approach to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and enhance the resilience of the supporting structures. Reach out today to explore how our methods could be of assistance to you!

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