Elbow chiropractic in Austin, TX

Tennis elbow and other causes of elbow pain

Discomfort and pain in the elbow may differ in their nature. Perhaps the most obvious cause of elbow pain is an injury, yet there are other reasons for it. Do you perform any repetitive activities using your forearm and wrist? If so, then you might already have faced tennis elbow. This condition involves pain felt on the outer side of your elbow, along with the muscle that enables wrist extension. While such pain happens from activities that mimic swinging a racket, tennis elbow occurs not only in athletes. Piano players also face this condition quite often. If you feel the pain on the inside of the elbow, then you might have a golfer’s elbow. The repetitive motions that mimic swinging a club may result in this issue. The inflamed muscles in and around the elbow are a sign of tendinitis. This chronic condition does not occur immediately — it may take years for tendonitis to develop. Whatever causes your elbow pain, there are effective treatment options available. Here at Lifespring Chiropractic clinic, we are happy to help you. Schedule your visit today!

For what symptoms should you see a chiropractor?

Elbow-related conditions differ in terms of their symptoms. However, the following signs should alert you:

Have you noticed any of these symptoms in yourself? If so, don’t put off seeing a chiropractor until later. Painkillers and steroid injections that ease elbow pain have lots of side effects. Chiropractic care offers a natural, drug-free way to fix elbow-related conditions.

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Can a chiropractor help your elbow?

The elbow consists of two bones – the radius and ulna. If either of these bones is out of alignment, it can affect the way the elbow and surrounding structures move, feel, and function. Just like with other misalignments, a doctor of chiropractic can help you fix elbow-related issues. 

At Lifespring Chiropractic, we will evaluate the elbow and surrounding areas. The goal is to make sure they are in the correct alignment. Proper alignment takes the pressure off the surrounding nerves, tendons, ligaments, muscles, and fascia. 

In case of misalignments identified, our doctor of chiropractic will come up with the optimal treatment plan. 

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

How do you realign your elbow?

Looking for tennis elbow treatment in Austin? Wish to restore the proper functioning of the affected arm? Consider chiropractic treatment for elbow realignment. Chiropractic care is a proven way to return the two bones of the elbow to their proper position. There is a wide range of elbow alignment techniques. 

At Lifespring Chiropractic, we utilize various gentle, safe, and effective techniques to align the elbow. Check our Youtube channel to see some of the elbow alignment techniques we use. Here is one of the videos showing an elbow adjustment.

Chiropractic for golfers and tennis elbow treatment

Chiropractors are experts in alleviating symptoms of tendonitis. More importantly, they know how to find and correct the causes of the problems. Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are two common types of tendonitis that occur in the elbow. Tendons overloaded by repetitive strain are the common reason for elbow tendonitis. A tennis elbow treatment and a golfer’s elbow treatment are very similar. For the effectiveness of the treatment, finding the aggravating factors is crucial. 

At Lifespring Chiropractic, we start with an elbow chiropractic adjustment to realign the elbow. This method will help with the pain and tightness associated with elbow tendonitis. We then advise lifestyle changes and techniques to strengthen the muscles in your arm. Following the tips from our doctors will help prevent future recurrence of the problems. To schedule an appointment with one of our chiropractors in Austin, click here.

Does elbow tendonitis go away?

Tennis elbow and other tendonitis types can be lingering. Sometimes, it seems that discomfort will never go away. The good news is that chiropractic care can help treat tennis elbow and other conditions. The key to successful treatment is finding and minimizing the aggravating factors. 

At Lifespring Chiropractic, we use analysis and treatment methods to get the elbow feeling better. What we focus on is finding the cause of the problem. We come up with a treatment plan to correct the issue, so we can prevent it from reoccurring in the future. 

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