Elbow/Wrist/Hand

Epicondylitis is a common inflammatory condition of the elbow which occurs medially or laterally. Lateral Epicondylitis (a.k.a Tennis Elbow) involves the tendons of the elbow that control wrist extension. Medial Epicondylitis (a.k.a Golfer’s elbow) involves the muscles that flex the wrist. These conditions are painful and can severely limit the use of your hand. Physical Therapy can provide excellent results and help restore function of your arm.

The primary job of the elbow is to work together with the shoulder to position the hand for functional activities. The elbow complex is a strong and stable compound joint. This stability leaves little wiggle room for compensatory patterns, making it prone to overuse injuries. Physical Therapy can provide excellent results and help restore function of your arm.


• Elbow/wrist/hand
• Medial Epicondylitis
• Lateral Epicondylitis
• Cubital Tunnel Syndrome


• Radial Tunnel Syndrome
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
• Post Operative Rehabilitation

 

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