Elbow Pain Chiropractor in Doncaster
The elbow comprises of muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments and it has a large range of movements. The elbow can easily become inflamed due to the intricate architecture of the bones, nerves, ligaments and tendons.
Elbow pain often results from small tears in the tendons and connective tissue, at times even calcium deposits on the tendons. Symptoms can include pain within or below the elbow. The pain is often noticed when lifting or gripping objects and results in a reduced range of motion.
At Thorne Road Chiropractic Clinic, our team of skilled, experienced and fully qualified chiropractors can help you overcome elbow pain. We do this through the skilled and effective application of chiropractic manipulation and soft tissue management.
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Chiropractic treatments for elbow pain
Our chiropractors will start by diagnosing the cause of the pain, and then looking for elbow dysfunction and/or misalignment, which may have put stress on the joint. We will also consider other areas of the body, such as the wrist and the shoulder, which play a role in elbow function. Once we have decided what the problem is, we will then manipulate and adjust the appropriate joints, ligaments and muscles. This in turn will assist to achieve fast, noticeable improvements, together with long-lasting pain relief.
Elbow pain can be caused by a number of issues, including:
This is a form of tendonitis resulting from damage to the muscles and tendons connecting the muscles in the forearm to the elbow joint. The pain is felt on the outside of the elbow, the condition is usually caused by repetitive overuse of the joint.
Posterior tennis elbow syndrome
In posterior tennis elbow, the pain is experienced in the back or underside of the elbow. Those who frequently do activities that require the arm to be rapidly extended are at risk of this pain.