November 1, 2014
While tennis elbow affects many tennis players (hence the name), it is actually a classic repetitive strain injury that is common among those who use their forearm muscles in a repetitive motion. Painters, carpenters, and plumbers are all examples of those whose job related activities can cause tennis elbow. Inflammation of the tendons on the outer elbow cause the pain associated with tennis elbow. Sovereign Rehabilitation is a comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation company that offers exceptional physical therapy and rehabilitation services to those suffering from tennis elbow.
Tell tale symptoms of tennis elbow are tenderness on the outer bony part of the elbow, morning stiffness with persistent aching, and pain that worsens (often with sharp pains) when grasping or holding an object. It is important to seek medical care for tennis elbow because if the condition continues without treatment it can lead to loss of motion or function of the elbow and forearm. At Sovereign Rehabilitation we have a number of certified manual therapists on staff that offer their expertise to increase treatment efficiency and patient care. Our physical therapists offer a variety of therapeutic treatment options including aquatic therapy, joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques, and more.