Tennis elbow treatment

Tennis elbow treatment

Tennis elbow treatment in Brighton & Hove

We use Clinical massage  and the forearm and wrist pain protocol together with myofascial release as a proven effective treatment method for tennis elbow.

 

Conditions also treated with this protocol:

– Golfers elbow

Carpal tunnel syndrome

– RSI

– De Quervain’s tenosynovitis

 

We take a science-based whole body approach in our treatments, which are relaxing and effective.

 

Our treatments focus both on specific work around the problem area and broader work addressing restrictions everywhere else in the body that might be contributing

to the presentation. This treatment method creates long lasting results in a short period of time.

 

The clinical massage therapist will use tools like Myofascial release and trigger point work among others to obtain significant results in 1-6 sessions. 

 

We tend to see immediate results in 80% of cases and we expect to see significant results by week 4 in the majority of the cases.

 

1 hr length appointments

“If this is your presentation select Clinical massage as your choice of treatment. The therapist will go through a consultation during the first session where you can mention this.” 

£65

Tennis elbow treatment in Brighton & Hove

We use Clinical massage  and the forearm and wrist pain protocol together with myofascial release as a proven effective treatment method for tennis elbow.

 

We take a science-based whole body approach in our treatments, which are relaxing and effective.

 

Our treatments focus both on specific work around the problem area and broader work addressing restrictions everywhere else in the body that might be contributing

to the presentation. This treatment method creates long lasting results in a short period of time.

 

The clinical massage therapist will use tools like Myofascial release and trigger point work among others to obtain significant results in 1-6 sessions. 

 

We tend to see immediate results in 80% of cases and we expect to see significant results by week 4 in the majority of the cases.

 

1 hr length appointments

“If this is your presentation select Clinical massage as your choice of treatment. The therapist will go through a consultation during the first session where you can mention this.” 

£65

Our treatment method

During the first session, the therapist will carry out a postural assessment as well as range of motion assessment and pain assessment when needed in order to choose the appropriate treatment plan for you. These will be reassessed at the beginning of each follow up session as well. 

 

The treatment method consists of advanced myofascial release techniques, trigger point work and advanced stretching techniques, combined and executed using a whole body approach whereby the whole body is considered as one interrelated unit and included in the treatment as necessary. This increases the effectiveness of the treatment and it produces long lasting results. 

 

Using the wrist and forearm protocol as work foundation, most of the work will be concentrated on the arm, neck, upper and middle back, chest and shoulder area although as mentioned above the whole body will be addressed as needed. 

 

The therapist’s focus will be releasing the pain levels and any other related symptoms the patient is presenting with, as well as releasing secondary structures that might be contributing to the development of the presentation.

 

Our treatment method

During the first session, the therapist will carry out a postural assessment as well as range of motion assessment and pain assessment when needed in order to choose the appropriate treatment plan for you. These will be reassessed at the beginning of each follow up session as well. 

 

The treatment method consists of advanced myofascial release techniques, trigger point work and advanced stretching techniques, combined and executed using a whole body approach whereby the whole body is considered as one interrelated unit and included in the treatment as necessary. This increases the effectiveness of the treatment and it produces long lasting results. 

 

Using the wrist and forearm protocol as work foundation, most of the work will be concentrated on the arm, neck, upper and middle back, chest and shoulder area although as mentioned above the whole body will be addressed as needed. 

 

The therapist’s focus will be releasing the pain levels and any other related symptoms the patient is presenting with, as well as releasing secondary structures that might be contributing to the development of the presentation.

 

Understanding tennis elbow

Tennis elbow is a presentation characterised by pain around the outside of the elbow that occurs when tendons in the elbow are overloaded, usually due to overuse. 

 

Despite its name this presentation is not exclusive for tennis players and its very typical in other sports like for example boxing but also very common in other professions like hairdresser or office workers to mention some. Any profession with repetitive work load of the forearm has propensity to develop the condition.  

 

Pain is normally felt right at the attachment point of the forearm tendons into the outside of the elbow joint but it can also spread into the forearm and wrist. 

 

 

Although tennis elbow is usually caused by overuse there are some factors that contribute to the development of the problem. Imbalances and restrictions higher up in the shoulder, neck and shoulder blade area might be compromising the neutral position of the elbow and therefore its correct function. This is something that the therapist will assess and work on addressing. 

 

The therapist’s focus will also be releasing the forearm extensors, which area the muscles that connect to the outside part of the elbow. 

 

Understanding Tennis elbow

Tennis elbow is a presentation characterised by pain around the outside of the elbow that occurs when tendons in the elbow are overloaded, usually due to overuse. 

 

Despite its name this presentation is not exclusive for tennis players and its very typical in other sports like for example boxing but also very common in other professions like hairdresser or office workers to mention some. Any profession with repetitive work load of the forearm has propensity to develop the condition.  

 

Pain is normally felt right at the attachment point of the forearm tendons into the outside of the elbow joint but it can also spread into the forearm and wrist. 

 

 

Although tennis elbow is usually caused by overuse there are some factors that contribute to the development of the problem. Imbalances and restrictions higher up in the shoulder, neck and shoulder blade area might be compromising the neutral position of the elbow and therefore its correct function. This is something that the therapist will assess and work on addressing. 

 

The therapist’s focus will also be releasing the forearm extensors, which area the muscles that connect to the outside part of the elbow. 

 

“Although we love our clients our goal is to see you walking out of the clinic fully recovered as quick as possible. We give you tools to become more independent and more confident in self-managing your musculoskeletal system ” 

 

“We want you to feel good and achieve the maximum functionality that your body is capable of ” 

“We hold the highest level of qualification in the uk”

“We always work towards obtaining measurable results ” 

 

Relaxing & Effective

Great Results

Leaders In The Field
Highly Qualified

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