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Like the name suggests, Golfer’s Elbow (also called medial epicondylitis) is an overuse injury caused by repetitive motions, such as one would do when swinging a golf club. Other fine motor movements, such as those used by the wrists and fingers, can lead to this as well. You might have this if, when your arm is placed flat with your palm facing up, the inside part of your elbow is the part that is painful.
The traditional medical model doesn’t have great solutions for this. Usually, they’ll suggest rest, ice, anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy, or in severe cases, steroid shots or surgery.
Thankfully, we can use regenerative medicine tools to help heal up the elbow so you can quickly get back to playing sports and living your life!Call Us or Text Us at 480-267-7856