At Advanced Pain Relief, we understand how to diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions using a personalized approach.
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Elbow Conditions

Acting as a link between the shoulder and hand, the elbow is often challenged by overuse and repetitive motion. These activities, frequently the result of playing sports such as golf or tennis, account for the majority of elbow-related complaints and conditions. We can offer a natural approach to healing your injury and promoting healthy and functional elbows.

At Advanced Pain Relief Clinic will be able to identify the structures that have been damaged in your elbow and place you on a plan of care to get your elbow functioning properly again. Treatments such as Adjustments, Laser and/or Shockwave Therapy may be used, and various types of exercises to promote and restore healthy tissue and movement in the elbow.

Lateral epicondylitis

Lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow, involves the muscles and tendons of your forearm.

Your forearm tendons — often called extensors — attach the muscles to bone. They attach on the lateral epicondyle. When the connection point (the tendon) become stressed from over use or excessive load the result is pain and inflammation called lateral epicondylitis. This condition is often caused by chronic repetitive use but also from sudden injuries. The symptoms can range from mild to severe and acute to chronic. Treatment of this condition includes therapy designed to reduce inflammation and repair the damaged tissue.
Medial Epicondylitis

Medial epicondylitis, or golfers elbow, involves the muscles and tendons of your forearm.

Your forearm muscles flex your wrist and fingers. These forearm tendons — often called flexors — attach the muscles to bone. They attach on the medial epicondyle. When the connection point (the tendon) becomes stressed from over use or excessive load the result is pain and inflammation called lateral epicondylitis. This condition is often caused by chronic repetitive use but also from sudden injuries. The symptoms can range from mild to severe and acute to chronic. Treatment of this condition includes therapy designed to reduce inflammation and repair the damaged tissue.