You might not have previously considered visiting a chiropractor for alleviating your elbow pain, but at The Backstory, tennis elbow is a common condition among our patients.
Perhaps you’ve already received a diagnosis of tendonitis from your healthcare professional, or maybe you are just experiencing a persistent soreness in your elbow that is triggered by just about any movement of your arm.
Whether the soreness is primarily concentrated in the elbow, or it expands through your forearm to your hand; elbow pain can be extremely uncomfortable and debilitating. When left untreated, these issues can exacerbate.
A combination of massage, manual therapy, rehabilitation (home exercises) and chiropractic techniques can be effective in alleviating the symptoms associated with “tennis elbow” or “golfer’s elbow”, and help you regain mobility and strength in your arm.
Got tennis elbow? See a qualified chiropractor at our Caringbah clinic
Elbow pain generally stems from having damaged tendons in your elbow joint, and this can be caused by any number of things – a sports-related injury perhaps, or even just from spending extended periods of time using a mouse and keyboard for work.
Methods like dry needling can target the soreness and stiffness at the inflamed tendons, which may be the root cause of the problem, with the goal of reducing swelling, alleviating pain and restoring mobility. If you are suffering with elbow pain, you might benefit from an appointment at The Backstory in Caringbah.
We will work closely alongside you to identify the issue, and develop a tailored management plan that’s designed to help you overcome your tendonitis and reclaim control over your daily routine.
About The Backstory
Our fully qualified chiropractors have a wealth of experience in assessing, diagnosing and managing patients’ tennis elbow, and other conditions that cause elbow pain and stiffness.
Your first appointment will involve an in-depth consultation about the extent of your elbow pain and any other related conditions, followed by a thorough examination of the joint to gain a clearer understanding of how to effectively manage the issue.
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For more information on managing elbow pain with manual therapy, massage, acupuncture dry needling and other chiropractic techniques, please don’t hesitate to contact us. If you’re ready to schedule an appointment at our clinic in Caringbah, you can do so online.