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Fast Relief For Your Elbow Pain

Elbow pain can come from a variety of sources but typically occurs due to an overuse of the elbow joint from repetitive activities. Often bad posture with typing, writing, lifting or sports, makes the tissues around the elbow become irritated. The elbow actually has quite a few different joints that move in very unique ways. The same bones (radius and ulna) that make up the elbow also form the wrist and play a key role in the movements of the hands. Most of the muscles that make your wrist and fingers move are actually located in the forearm.

Poor posture, repetitive activities such as typing, gripping, and twisting can cause tightening in the muscles and tissues of the forearm. This can affect the mobility of the elbow, wrist, and even hands. This can lead to chronic inflammation and irritation to the forearm (also known as Tennis Elbow), making it difficult to lift and move the arm.

At Beyond Physiotherapy we help to relieve elbow pain, wrist pain, and hand pain by examining the mechanics of your joints and muscles. A comprehensive plan is then built to improve your range of motion, reduce your pain quickly, soothe stiff and sore muscles, and return your strength. In addition, we work with you to educate you on techniques and exercises to prevent future injury and possibly adapt you to your work environment.

Effective Relief For:

  • Elbow pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Hand pain
  • Tennis elbow
  • Fractures
  • Nerve injuries
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendonitis
  • Sprain / strain
  • Post-surgery rehab

The goal of physiotherapy is to help you return to your normal work, home, and sports activities, free of pain. A physiotherapist can provide conservative methods to help treat your elbow pain. Your physiotherapist can help identify what activities might be aggravating your symptoms and will discuss any activity modifications you may need to make.

Postural exercises are emphasized, along with stretching and strengthening of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand. Modalities may be utilized, such as heat, cold laser, iontophoresis, ultrasound, and massage. Orthotics for the wrist may also be recommended as your physiotherapist deems fit, in order to rest the wrist extensors.

Call Beyond today for an appointment

If you have been experiencing pain related to your elbow or another upper extremity condition, don’t hesitate to contact Beyond Physiotherapy in Newton, Surrey, Fleetwood, and Langley today!

We’re here to help you feel your best, no matter what kinds of symptoms you’re experiencing. Our skilled physiotherapists will provide you with the care you need, so you can get back to your normal life.


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