Golfer’s Elbow is a term that describes tendonitis occurring on the inner part of the elbow, closest to the body.
There can be a number of causes for golfer’s elbow including an improper golf swing, improper grip, and impact from the club head or face hitting the ground.
The trauma that can result from hitting a divet, for example, can not only cause tendonitis, but can also scar or even tear the muscle, causing even greater pain and discomfort.
With the pain becoming persistent in the elbow, the condition can become worse with continued golf related activity.
Things can even get to the point where the individual actually stops planning altogether.
The good news is that golfer’s elbow can be treated effectively and completely.
Our treatments do not involve any drugs or invasive procedures and are proven to work over time.
If you’d like to find out more about how we can help treat your golfer’s elbow condition, I suggest that you give us a call to book a free initial consultation and from there we can outline a treatment program for your consideration.