Tennis Golfer Elbow Pain Treatment
Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), olecranon bursitis, elbow sprain, broken elbow, arthritis of the elbow are major causes of elbow pain. The elbow is the joint is formed by three long bones humerus, radius and ulna in the middle portion of the arm. Elbow hinge joint but also allows medial and lateral rotation. Fluid-filled sac, olecranon bursa, serves to reduce friction, overlies the tip of the elbow. Two sides of elbow joints called medial and lateral epicondyles are affected by injury resulting into Golfers Elbow and Tennis elbow.
Tennis Elbow is also called lateral epicondylitis. Repetitive motions of the forearm, such as using a manual screwdriver, washing windows, or hitting a backhand in tennis play can injure and inflame of large tendons attached to the lateral epicondyle of elbow from the muscles of the forearm. The pain is generally on the outside of the elbow and might be accompanied by warmth and swelling. Full range of motion of elbow is maintained, as the inner joint is not affected, but the pain is usually more evident toward the end of the day. Twisting motions or activities that strain the tendon generally gives more pain. Tennis elbow pain treatment by Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain Therapy can give satisfactory pain relief in Nashik along with usual management.
One treatment that could be helpful for relieving the symptoms of tendonitis and tennis elbow is acupuncture. It relives tennis elbow pain by stimulating release of endorphins and other neurohumoral factors and changes the processing of pain in the brain and spinal cord, delivering analgesia via alpha-adrenoceptor mechanisms, increasing the release of adenosine, which has antinociceptive properties, modulating the limbic-paralimbic-neocortical network, reducing inflammation, by promoting release of vascular and immunomodulatory factors and improving muscle stiffness and joint mobility by increasing local microcirculation which aids dispersal of swelling
US National Library of Medicine https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc reports –
Current evidence identified from our review suggested that acupuncture may be effective in the relief of LEP up to a period of six months. Findings from moderate quality studies with subject-blinded and sham-controlled acupuncture intervention groups showed that acupuncture was more effective than sham acupuncture in treatment of LEP.”
Golfer’s Elbow is also called medial epicondylitis. It is inflammation at the area where the tendons of the forearm attach to the bony prominence of the inner elbow joint. This tendon can become strained in many other repetitive motions can injure the tendon like a golf swing. Golfer’s elbow is characterized by tenderness over the inner elbow and local pain. Inner joint of the elbow is not affected therefore range of motion of the elbow is preserved. Those actions which require twisting or straining the forearm tendon can reproduce pain and worsen the pain. Standard golfers elbow pain treatment at Nashik with Dr Pardeshi acupuncture pain therapy provides good pain relief.
Injury or minor trauma, as a result of systemic diseases such as gout or rheumatoid arthritis, local infection causing inflammation of the bursa at the tip of the elbow can result into Olecranon bursitis . Range of motion of the inner elbow joint is maintained in Olecranon bursitis and is associated with swelling over the tip of the elbow.If you have any question regarding pain of Olecranon bursitis for treatment in Nashik please be in touch with us for free advice.
Ligaments can be injured during a sprain causing stretch or tear injury. It may occur when the elbow jammed, such as in a “stiff arm” collision or hyper-extended. The severity of the injury will depend on the extent of injury to a single ligament (whether the tear is partial or complete) and the number of ligaments involved. Treatment will depend on severity of injury. Pain of elbow sprain can be managed effectively in Nashik by Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain Therapy.
Arthritis of the Elbow
Inflammation of the elbow joint can occur as part of arthritis. They are associated pain, tenderness and decreased range of motion along with signs of inflammation of the elbow joint.
The bones of the elbow can break (fracture) into the elbow joint or adjacent to the elbow joint. Fractures generally require immobilization and casts and can require orthopaedic pinning or open joint surgery. Acupuncture can help to relive pain. Acupuncture can help to relive pain. Elbow pain treatment due to any cause can effectively managed by Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture Pain Therapy.