Spring Has Definitely Sprung!!!
Laser Therapy Heals Golfer’s Elbow
Spring has definitely sprung! Golfers are out! In Calgary, Alberta Laser Rehabilitation Centre (ALRC) one of the most common conditions that we see at this time of the year is Golfer’s Elbow or Medial Epicondylitis.
Also known as Medial Epicondylitis is a pain mainly felt at the inside part of the elbow. The site of pain is where tendons of the forearm attached on the bony area inside of your elbow. Pain can be locally feel on the inside part of the elbow or is some cases pain radiates along the forearm, wrist and fingers. Despite of it’s name, the condition doesn’t only develop by playing golf, repetitive use of the muscles of the forearm, wrist and fingers could develop Golfer’s elbow as well.
Having golfer’s elbow doesn’t have to refrain you from playing golf or any other activities. At ALRC, treating this condition with combination of Laser Therapy and Rehabilitation Techniques has been successful and able to help patients who suffer from either chronic or acute Golfer’s Elbow. How Laser Therapy Works?