Tennis Elbow

  • Howard Beach Physical Therapy For Elbow Injuries

    Howard Beach Physical Therapy For Elbow Injuries

    Physical Therapy is an effective method to treat elbow pain and injuries. Under the guidance of a physical therapist, you will perform gentle exercises and stretches that rehabilitate your elbow. Depending on your injury, a customized treatment plan is created during your initial visit. Our physical therapists provide hands-on therapy during your healing process.

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  • Physical Therapy For Elbow Tendinitis

    Physical Therapy For Elbow Tendinitis

    Elbow Tendinitis is an overuse injury. It usually occurs after a sudden increase in activity. Golfer’s elbow and Tennis elbow are different types of elbow tendinitis, where pain is often experienced on the outside of the elbow and sometimes in the wrist or forearm.

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  • Physical Therapy For Tennis And Golfer's Elbow

    Physical Therapy For Tennis And Golfer's Elbow

    Now that the weather is finally getting warmer, outdoor summer sports like golf and tennis are on the rise. A long winter of inactivity means that muscles and tendons of the elbow can be initially overwhelmed by the repetitive motions of these sports. This leads to elbow tendinitis and weeks of elbow pain.

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  • Physical Therapy For Elbow Injuries

    Physical Therapy For Elbow Injuries

    Chronic elbow pain and injury is often associated with tendinitis. If you feel pain while lifting or moving your elbow and it comes back for a few days, you likely have this elbow condition. It is easily treatable with the right physical therapy program.

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  • Healing Elbow Pain With Physical Therapy

    Healing Elbow Pain With Physical Therapy

    When noticing your elbow pain, there are a few things that you can do right now to decrease the chances that the pain will get worse. Right now, you might not be able to lift certain items without pain or bend your elbow in certain movements without pain but with Physical Therapy, we can put you on the path to recovery and pain relief. Until your first physical therapy session, the best thing to do is prevent any further elbow damage.

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