The most well known problems involving the elbow are tennis elbow and golfers elbow. These are both issues with the muscle insertions on the epicondyles at the elbow. It may surprise you to find out that most people who come to the clinic complaining of tennis or golfers elbow do not actually play either of these sports! They are common overuse injuries and can be caused by something as simple as using a computer mouse or keyboard.

Common conditions of the Elbow:

  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfers elbow
  • Repetitive strain injury
  • Cubital tunnel injury

Our Physiotherapy team can assess for and treat all of the above, often without the need for surgical intervention.

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Steve Canning
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Irralee Andrzejowska
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James Walker
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Helen Dinneen
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Senior Physiotherapist - Upper Limb Specialist (ESP)
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