Conditions Treated:

Elbow Pain

Common Diagnoses

Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow, Bursitis, Dislocations, Sprains, Strains, Fractures, Nerve entrapment, Arthritis, Osteochondritis Dissecans, “Tommy John Surgery”, Radial Tunnel Syndrome

Research Says

Elbow pain is extremely common in many athletes, including tennis players, golfers, baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, and handball players of all ages. Elbow pain is also common in people involved with repetitive use of the hand and elbow in manual labor as well as office related tasks. Often, pain in the elbow is related to tissue capacity not matching the loads imposed on it during repetitive activities. Physical therapy can be beneficial to decrease pain, increase strength, and improve the ability of the elbow to withstand the forces present during provoking activities. Some research indicates that physical therapy may be better than steroid injections for long term pain relief.

Why Motion Stability?

The Motion Stability model is very different from your average physical therapy clinic. Every minute of your appointment will be spent with a skilled Doctor of Physical Therapy, and you will never be double booked with another patient. This means that when you come to see us for your elbow pain, you will be thoroughly evaluated by a physical therapist with advanced training in orthopedics. We will determine what is really causing your pain, provide hands-on care to improve the mobility of your elbow as well as improve the function of your entire body that can help reduce the extraneous stresses that may be placed on your elbow.


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Buchbinder, R., Green, S. E., & Struijs, P. (2008). Tennis elbow. BMJ clinical evidence, 2008, 1117.