About Golfer's Elbow

 

Fix that golfer's elbow and get back to playing 18 without pain.

Golfer's elbow is often a nagging injury on the inside of the elbow that results in moderate to severe pain during the golf swing and lifting activities. Most people experience complete resolution with therapy and a guided exercise program with some activity modification as needed. 

Simply put, golfer's elbow is a tendonitis of the muscles that bend and rotate the elbow. Golf is a high-speed rotational activity, so repetitive stress to these tendons is usually the cause of the injury.

We treat the person and underlying causes rather than just the symptoms.

 

OUR DOCTORS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY


WE TREAT Golfer's Elbow DIFFERENTLY

EXPERT PROFESSIONALS

One Nine therapists have extensive experience treating golf injuries, including: low back pain, golfer's elbow, neck pain, hip impingement, rib dysfunction, and knee pain. We understand how golf injuries can impact your personal and work life - and we focus our care on your personal characteristics and lifestyle.

FASTER RETURN TO ACTIVITY

Research shows that most injuries are managed effectively if Physical Therapy treatment is sought early. Getting you back to the activities you love is critical for quality of life, resulting in faster resolution of symptoms. By treating the underlying causes of Golfer's Elbow, we take the stress of the injury during golfing and get you back on the course faster.

KEEPING THE PAIN AWAY 

Finding the cause of symptoms is the key to treatment and successful long-term outcome. Our primary goal is to improve your life and this happens beyond our treatment. For this reason, our strategies are built to last.

 

 

Treatments

  • Manual Therapy
    • Joint Mobilization and Manipulation
    • Soft Tissue Mobilization (STM), Deep Tissue Mobilization (DTM)
    • Active Release and Contract-Relax strategies
    • Manual stretching
    • Manual Resistive Exercise
  • Functional Exercise
    • Functional Movement Systems (FMS)
    • Applied Functional Sciences (AFS)
    • Muscular strength and endurance up-training
  • Neuromuscular Retraining
    • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)
  • ASTYM Technique
  • Titleist Performance Institute
  • Vestibular Therapy
    • Concussion therapy

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