Elbow Pain

elbow pain
Elbow pain

Does massage help elbow tendonitis?

Deep tissue massage to the forearm is a very effective method of easing the tennis elbow and healing it much faster than rest alone. … Friction therapy breaks down the tension in the tendons, while deep tissue massage techniques will break up scar tissue, alleviate pain, release muscle spasms and improve flexibility.

How can I relieve elbow pain?

Types of treatment that help are:

  1. Icing the elbow to reduce pain and swelling. …
  2. Using an elbow strap to protect the injured tendon from further strain.
  3. Taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin, to help with pain and swelling.

Is heat or ice better for tennis elbow?

Applying a cold pack right after you sustain the injury (within 24-48 hours is best) can help alleviate the pain and swelling. If you’ve been suffering from tennis elbow for a while and have really stiff muscles, it would be best to use heat therapy to promote blood flow, help relax the muscles and facilitate healing.

What exercises help with tennis elbow?

  • FINGER STRETCH WITH RUBBER BAND. Place a rubber band around your thumb and fingers, and slightly cup your hand. …
  • GRIP. …

Can sleeping on your arms cause tennis elbow?

Cubital tunnel syndrome can cause an aching pain on the inside of the elbow. Most of the symptoms, however, occur in your hand. Sleeping with your elbow bent can aggravate symptoms. … They happen more often when the elbow is bent, such as when driving or holding the phone.

Elbow Pain Explained


If you are suffering from persistent elbow pain and realize you have an elbow injury that needs treatment. You’ve read that you may have Golfer’s or Tennis elbow, Elbow Tendonitis, or Elbow Olecranon Bursitis.



All you want is to quickly recover from your painful elbow injury and resume your daily activities and sports. Pain medication, shots, and physical therapy are not creating the necessary joint space within your elbow. They are not addressing joint compression…

What exactly is going on with your elbow pain and how do you quickly repair your elbow injury? Below, explains how this proprietary, non-surgical, elbow treatment quickly frees you from these painful elbow conditions and what the terms Elbow Tendonitis, Golfer’s and Tennis Elbow and Elbow Olecranon Bursitis really mean.

The Missing Link Resolving Elbow Pain

My specific elbow treatment eliminates the grinding nerve pain you’re experiencing. It creates a healthy joint space. Utilizing this medical massage treatment your elbow joint returns to normal function within 2-5 treatments.

Common treatments for elbow injuries do not address contracted and shortened soft tissue found within and around your entire elbow joint, arm, and forearm.

They do not address the main cause of elbow pain, joint compression…

This specific soft tissue therapy provides extremely focused, detailed, soft tissue lengthening for all tendons, ligaments, and muscles involved in elbow injury.

Elbow therapy allows the pinched and inflamed nerves, olecranon bursa, and elbow cartilage proper joint space to heal.

A Great Visual Aid

Clench your fingers together very tightly…this is what happens to our elbow joint when the muscles, tendons, and ligaments have become overly shortened and tight. Now loosen your fingers and imagine your elbow moving smoothly and freely once again. My work enables the smooth, gliding movement found within a healthy elbow joint.

Elbow Inflammation, Calcification, Bursitis, Scar Tissue, Nerve Entrapment, and Tendonitis

Calcification within your tendons (calcific tendonitis) due to chronic joint inflammation and tightness is resolved with this detailed therapy. While working, I break up and eliminate existing scar tissue.

Scar tissue forms where you have repeated soft tissue micro-trauma (injury).  With my elbow treatment, countless people are enjoying a full, pain-free range of motion.

This treatment eliminates Bursitis. A bursa is a small sac filled with fluid that allows joints, muscles, and tendons to glide over surrounding bone and tissue easily. When a bursa becomes inflamed, it becomes enlarged and painful.

Inflammation of the olecranon elbow bursa occurs as a contracted tendon compresses the bursa. Where you have Bursitis, you have Tendonitis or overly tight tendon dynamic. My tendon lengthening protocols allow room for the bursa to heal.

The healthy elbow joint space I create resolves nerve entrapment and pain, plus your contracted tendons are elongated making Medial and lateral epicondylitis a thing of the past! Again, this requires extremely detailed and focused soft tissue work.

Let’s Think About Repetitive Motion

When you think of  Golfer’s elbow you normally think of the inflammation and pain with tendons that attach to the inside or medial part of the elbow. Tennis elbow refers to inflammation and pain of the tendons that attach to the outer or lateral part of the elbow. The repetitive nature of these sports creates muscle, tendon, and ligament shortening.

While these are obviously painful areas, every tendon, ligament, and muscle in your entire arm and forearm needs to be lengthened correctly as I treat your elbow injury. This is the only way to establish a true and lasting balance within your entire joint capsule.

It’s not only repetitive motion involved with sports that creates tight tendons and intra-joint (within the joint) tension and damage at the elbow. As we go about our daily routines, constant everyday elbow flexion further aggravates elbow injuries.

Constant Elbow Flexion And Tight Soft Tissue

We are constantly flexing our elbows (the ultimate repetitive motion) which creates shortening and contraction of tendons and muscles in the arm and forearm.

Compounding these daily activities with tennis, golf, weight lifting or your sport of choice greatly increases the shortening of your soft tissue.

This tightness may eventually cause damage within the joint, and entrapment of the radial and ulnar nerve. The more nerve pain you experience the more the muscles spasm, tightening the joint further. Using my specific soft tissue treatment for elbow problems this pain cycle is interrupted and your chronic or acute elbow injury is resolved.

Let’s Not Forget The Nerve Bundle In Your Neck…

Additionally, I also examine and if necessary lengthen the muscles and tendons surrounding the brachial plexus nerve within your neck.  If these muscles are hyper-contracted and placing pressure on the nerve bundle this could be part of the problem.

If you have this pinched nerve condition it may be referring pain to in your elbow.

Break This Chronic Neuromuscular Pain Cycle Today!

Let’s clear the mystery, soft tissue shortening is the main cause of elbow pain and inflammation-causing what is commonly known as Tendonitis, Golfer’s and Tennis elbow, Olecranon bursitis and elbow nerve entrapment. 

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