Medial Epicondylosis (Golfer’s elbow) is the irritation of the wrist flexor tendons resulting in pain and weakness. This condition is common in labourers, baseball players and as the name suggests golfers. Golfer’s elbow is aggravated by repetitive wrist movements. Physiotherapy can help by addressing pain through therapeutic modalities, hands-on techniques, exercises to strengthen […]
Lateral Epicondylosis (Tennis elbow) is the irritation of the wrist extensor tendons resulting in pain and weakness. This condition is common in individuals who play recreational tennis or perform repetitive arm activities such as lifting, grasping objects. Physiotherapy is effective in reducing pain, improving strength and flexibility of the extensor tendons.