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Elbow Pain

2% of the population will suffer from elbow pain at some point in their life. While it may not be the most common cause of pain, it certainly can be frustrating. Overuse injuries are very frequent in this body part, but full, permanent resolution can be difficult.

Fortunately, having a complete assessment allows for proper treatment and full resolution. This is what we do at our office! Our average patient has suffered from pain for more than 6 months and seen 2-3 other providers before finding relief in our office!

Our services aren’t for everyone, but If you are tired of that annoying, frustrating pain that just won’t go away, we invite you to schedule a consultation with us to start getting answers!

Testing for a Elbow Pain

A helthy elbow, wrist and hand should be able to extend the wrist back to 90 degrees and the fingers should approach 60 degrees. To thry this test at home, stand facing the wall. Place the forearm at shoulder height, extend the wrist with the opposite arm. Does it make it to 90 degrees? Is it painful?

Now pull back on the fingers as far as you can. Does it point back to your arm? is it painful or limited? If you failed any part of this test, we may be able to help. Click below to schedule an appointment.

Dysfunctional
Functional
Our Treatment Can Help:
  1. Adhesion
  2. Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow
  3. Tendinosis
  4. Tingling, Burning, Numbness
  5. Sprain/Strain
  6. Undiagnosed Conditions

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Testimonial

"I began competing in 1973. Covering more than 80,000 miles in training and competing in five US Olympic Trials, such long-term wear and tear means I now require a lot of recovery support to remain competitive. I stretch. I ice. I use a foam roller; however, the single biggest factor I have found in avoiding chronic injuries is regular body work with Brad McKay at Performance Therapy SC. He is diligent in understanding my biomechanical needs as a racewalker and has solved a long-term hamstring problem I developed from the constant turns in track races. This allowed me to set a US Master's indoor (50-54) record for the Mile racewalk in March, 2013 at 7:09. Whether you are injured or simply need to maintain supple muscles to excel in your event, I recommend a series of sessions with Brad."

Accomplishments:

  • USA Track and Field Team Member (1993-2009) at 3Km, 10Km, 20Km and 50Km racewalk
  • Team Silver medallist 50Km in the Pan-American Cup, Manaus, Brazil - 1996
  • Ranked number one in the world (50-54 age group) in 2012 at 20Km racewalk

Ian Whatley
Track and Field

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