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Tennis Elbow

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by | Sep 25, 2021

We Treat Tennis Elbow In Dublin, Ireland 

Tennis elbow is a common injury that affects the tendons in your forearm and is caused by overuse. It’s most commonly found in people who play tennis or other racquet sports, but it can also affect anyone whose job involves repetitive arm use. We at Dublin Physio & Chiropractic offer various treatments for this condition, with physiotherapy exercises and manual therapy being our first-line treatment options. Read on to find out more about these treatments and how we can help you!

What Causes Tennis Elbow?

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Tennis elbow is a condition that occurs when you overuse your arm and wrist, especially the muscles of your forearm. This can be from playing tennis or another racquet sport, but it could also occur due to other repetitive tasks such as painting or typing. In most cases, the pain will start gradually with mild discomfort before progressing into more intense pain.

One of the most effective treatment options offered at Dublin Physio & Chiropractic is a physiotherapy-led exercise program, to reduce pain and strengthen your muscles and tendons.

We Treat Tennis Elbow In Dublin, Ireland

If you’re suffering from Tennis Elbow, we have the solution.

We offer a range of evidence-based innovative treatment options – physiotherapy, spinal decompression, chiropractic spinal adjustments, intrinsic core strengthening,and laser therapy, for treating tennis elbow effectively. Our team is made up of experts who specialize in treating this condition so you can be sure that your recovery will be effective and efficient.

You don’t have to live with the pain any longer!

Call us today on (01) 254 4800 or book online here to find out how we can help you recover once and for all!

How We Treat Tennis Elbow In Dublin, Ireland 

Physiotherapy exercises are one of our go-to treatment options to help relieve pain and regain strength in the affected forearm. They involve gentle stretching and strengthening of the muscles involved with tennis elbow, which can increase mobility and ease symptoms such as pain or stiffness.

Physiotherapy Care 

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Physiotherapy care for tennis elbow involves a combination of manual therapy, such as joint mobilizations and massage therapy, to reduce pain and stiffness of the elbow joint, and specific exercises to strengthen the muscles of the forearm.

Our physiotherapists also use high-power laser therapy, spinal decompression, and intrinsic core strengthening to target other contributors of tennis elbow. 

Laser Therapy for Tennis Elbow – Laser therapy targets inflammation and swelling. It works on a cellular level to promote cell regeneration.

Spinal decompression for Tennis Elbow – Spinal decompression relieves any inflammation or pressure in the joints of the neck that may be contributing to pain at the elbow and affecting your performance on the court.

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Intrinisic Core Strengthening for Tennis Elbow – Intrinisic Core Strengthening is widely used in the United States by physiotherapists and chiropractors. It effectively activates the small but very important core muscles around the spine that, in most people, lay dormant. Utilizing these small core muscles means the demands and stress put on the body is well distributed, and unnecessary stress that is often put on our joints, that causes conditions like tennis elbow, is lifted.

Chiropractic Care 

If you’re looking for a less conventional treatment option, we also offer chiropractic care for tennis elbow. This can help to restore movement and function in the affected arm as well as relieving pressure at any pinched nerves that may be causing symptoms such as tingling or numbness.

Book An Appointment Today

We’re Dublin Physio & Chiropractic, a leading clinic in Dublin. We have been helping people get out of pain for over 25 years and we can help you too! Our highly skilled team is here to provide the best care possible so that you can get back to living your life without any limitations.

You don’t have to live with chronic pain or discomfort anymore! Let us show you how we can help relieve your symptoms and improve your quality of life today. Don’t wait another day before getting relief from all those aches and pains that are holding you back from enjoying life again.

Request an appointment now by calling (01) 254 4800 or booking online at https://www.dublin-chiropractic.com/contact-us/.

References 

[1] https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/327759-overview

[2] https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/327759-treatment

 

 

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