Also known as golfer’s elbow, Medial epicondylitis is a painful condition that occurs at the elbow due to excessive or repetitive flexing at the wrist. Pain is mostly found along the palm side of the forearm from elbow to wrist. Therapists can help with this condition by reducing pain through exercise, and other modalities such as taping, cupping or manipulation of soft tissue.
Holy Cross Hospital Activates Crisis Standards of Care
For two years our world has been struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic. This new virus has made its way to every corner of the planet and as it travels, it mutates. COVID-19 is a burden to everyone, but health care workers around the world have been fighting on the front lines since day one, with […]More Info >