Elbow pain and injuries are typically associated with athletes. With Physical Therapy for treatments like Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) and Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis), that’s no surprise! But, non-athletes can experience elbow injuries and elbow pain, too. Using tools, painting, and gardening can lead to tendonitis when the joint is used ineffectively. Other common causes of pain are strains, arthritis, and even issues that are actually in your neck or shoulders. Sometimes the discomfort will radiate into the forearm and wrist, making it difficult and painful to complete daily tasks.
No matter the cause of your pain, don’t wait until the pain becomes unbearable. Contact Feldman Physical Therapy and Performance as early as possible to get elbow pain relief! A full evaluation by our Doctors of Physical Therapy can determine if additional tests are needed and get a jump start on the best plan to begin recovery.
There is no set timeline for recovery but, working with a Physical Therapist can certainly help speed it up. At Feldman Physical Therapy and Performance, you will experience one on one treatment with a Doctor of Physical Therapy to create a personalized plan that gets you meeting and even exceeding your goals with fewer visits. Treatments for elbow pain typically include stretching and exercises. As rehabilitation progresses, you can expect elbow exercises to reduce pain, improve strength, and restore mobility.
No matter how common the injury, yours is unique to you. That’s why it’s important to have treatment specific to you. At Feldman Physical Therapy and Performance, you will experience one on one treatment with a Doctor of Physical Therapy to create a personalized plan that gets you meeting and even exceeding your goals with fewer visits. It’s our goal to make you even better than you were before your injury!