Medial Epicondylitis – inflammation to the soft tissue (ligament/tendon) that stabilizes the inside of the elbow which can become injured from activities. Commonly reported in golfers (but not limited to this sport) who often suffer from this ailment due to repetitive trauma caused by improper swing.
Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) is a similar injury of the soft tissue structures on the outside of the elbow.
Game Ready Cryo-Compression Therapy to reduce soft tissue swelling and decrease pain
Electric Stimulation used to facilitate muscle spindle contraction, Promote blood flow, Decrease pain and inflammation.
Therapeutic Ultrasound used to heat deeper tissue to decrease swelling and pain while promoting healing.
Massage Therapy to reduce spasm, promote blood flow, and facilitate movement
Therapeutic Stretching (ART – Active Release Therapy, PIR – Post-Isometric Release, PNF - proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation)
Biomechanical Reeducation – Recover normal range-of-motion and return to normal function.
Kinesio-taping for postural correction
Pain Management – Muscle trigger point injections (used in more severe cases)