Elbow Chiropractic in Austin, TX

At Lifespring Chiropractic, we specialize in extremity adjusting related to the elbow.

Can a chiropractor help your elbow?

The elbow is made up of two bones, the radius and ulna. If either of these bones are out of alignment, it can affect the way the elbow and surrounding structures move, feel, and function. At Lifespring Chiropractic we evaluate the elbow and surrounding areas to make sure they are in the correct alignment to take pressure off the surrounding nerves, tendons, ligaments, muscles, and fascia. To schedule your first evaluation with one of our chiropractors, click here.

Common elbow related conditions that respond well to elbow chiropractic adjustments include:

How do you realign your elbow?

Elbow realignment should be done by a licensed chiropractor to ensure the two bones of the elbow are returned to their proper position. Elbow alignment can be done with many techniques. At Lifespring Chiropractic we utilize a variety of techniques that are gentle, safe, and effective to align the elbow. Some of the elbow alignment techniques can be seen on our Youtube channel. Click on the video to see an elbow adjustment.

Chiropractic for Elbow Tendonitis

Chiropractors are experts in alleviating symptoms from tendonitis as well as finding and correcting the cause of the problem. Tennis elbow and golfers elbow are two common types of tendonitis that occur in the elbow. Elbow tendonitis is caused from the tendons being overloaded by repetitive strain. A tennis elbow chiropractic adjustment and golfers elbow chiropractic treatment are very similar. With either of these conditions, it is important to find the aggravating factors. At Lifespring Chiropractic we start with an elbow chiropractic adjustment to realign the elbow. This will help the pain and tightness associated with elbow tendonitis. We then advise lifestyle change and strengthening techniques to help prevent future reoccurrence of the problem. To schedule and appointment with one of our chiropractors, click here.

Does elbow tendonitis go away?

Elbow tendonitis can be a lingering that that seems to never go away. The most important thing in finding a long term solution is to find and minimize the aggravating factors. At Lifespring Chiropractic we use a variety of analysis and treatment methods to get the elbow feeling better, but also to find the true cause of the problem. We come up with a specific plan to correct the problem so we can prevent it from reoccurring in the future. To schedule and appointment with one of our chiropractors, click here.