(Last Updated On: June 17, 2021)


Golfer’s Elbow

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What is Golfer's Elbow?

Golfer’s Elbow, also known as Medial Epicondylitis, is a condition which causes pain in the muscles on the inside of the elbow and the forearm. Often the pain is localised on the elbow and pain typically worsens with certain movements. However, the pain can spread into the forearm and wrist making it hard to perform basic movements with the affected arm such as grabbing objects.




If you feel any of the symptoms, please stop engaging in activities that involve problematic movements which aggravate your pain. Rest your arm and book yourself an appointment to see us at the clinic.  

The two biggest prevention strategies for Golfers’ Elbow is to get hands-on treatment to address the tight muscles and the opposing muscles to take the pressure of the elbow. Additionally, strength training exercises you’ll be recommended by the clinic is equally as important to fast track your recovery and to fully eliminate the pain.

Golfers’ elbow is a chronic and overuse injury and it can be very frustrating to deal with especially since we use our hands all the time. But please don’t try and manage chronic pain on your own. Give us a call today, so we can give you exactly what you need to eradicate the pain. 

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