Golfer’s Elbow Treatment


Golfer’s elbow is a condition that involves pain and inflammation on the inner side of the elbow. Despite its name, it can affect anyone who performs repetitive wrist and arm motions, not just golfers.


Common symptoms of golfer’s elbow include pain and tenderness on the inner side of the elbow, stiffness in the elbow joint, weakened grip strength, and discomfort when bending the wrist or making a fist.


Golfer’s elbow typically develops due to repetitive stress or overuse of the forearm tendons and muscles. This leads to small tears or inflammation in the tendons that attach to the small bone on the inside of the elbow.

Risk Factors

  • Engaging in activities involving repetitive wrist or arm movements, such as golfing, tennis, or weightlifting.
  • Improper technique or equipment used during sports or physical activities.
  • Sedentary lifestyle or sudden increase in activity level without proper conditioning.
  • Age-related changes that affect tendon strength and flexibility.
  • Occupational factors such as repetitive typing or using vibrating tools can strain the forearm muscles and increase the risk of developing golfer’s elbow.


  • Warm up before engaging in physical activities to prepare muscles and tendons for movement.
  • Use proper technique and equipment during sports or recreational activities to avoid excessive strain on the elbow.
  • Gradually increase the intensity and duration of activities to allow muscles and tendons to adapt and strengthen.
  • Incorporate stretching and strengthening exercises for the forearm muscles and tendons into regular workouts to improve flexibility and resilience.
  • Take regular breaks during activities that involve repetitive wrist or arm movements to allow muscles and tendons to rest and recover.


Grey Method offers hands-on therapies that can complement the recovery process for diagnosed Golfer’s Elbow.

Hands-on therapy such as physical therapy, massage, or chiropractic care can alleviate golfer’s elbow by reducing inflammation, improving blood circulation, and promoting healing of damaged tissues.

Modalities such as ultrasound or transverse friction massage may be used to target affected tendons and muscles, while manual techniques can help restore the elbow joint’s range of motion and function.

Contact our team for more information on how we can help you get back to doing what you enjoy.

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