Golfers ElbowIf you have pain on the inside of your elbow, it may be Golfer's Elbow (medial epicondylitis) - not to be confused with its cousin Mr. Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis), which is on the outside of the elbow.  While some people live with this painful condition for many months, surgery is almost never needed.  We offer many solutions  to help you quickly recover from tendonitis of the elbow.  While you may need to modify your lifestyle or occupational habits, our main goal in treatment is to break up scar tissue, heal nerves, and increase circulation.  When we do these things together, you can expect a great resolution of your symptoms.  

 

 

 

What is Golfer's Elbow?

It is called Golfer's Elbow or Pitcher's Elbow because it is the same group of tendons that is often inflamed by swinging a golf club or throwing a baseball repetitively. However, there are many people who suffer from this condition who have never held a club or thrown a ball.

What therapies can help Golfer's Elbow?

Graston Technique

Myofascial Release

Ultrasound Therapy

Chiropractic Extremity Adjustments

Kinesio Taping

ICIM Success Stories treating Golfer's Elbow

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The Idaho Center for Integrative Medicine is centrally located in the Treasure Valley.  We're 20 mins or less from most of the valley.  At the intersection of Ustick & Milwaukee, we are between Advantage Chiropractic & Boise Vision Care. 

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Idaho Center for Integrative Medicine
3271 N. Milwaukee St. Boise, ID 83704

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