The research continues to show that the best “treatment” for elbow pain is exercise.
But what do you do when exercising hurts your elbow instead of helping?
This is one of the most common frustrations I hear from our clients. The doctor looks at their elbows and takes an X-ray to check for things like arthritis. Surgery doesn’t make sense at the beginning but injections are often offered – so the advice is to go exercise – and specifically to strengthen the forearm muscles.
But when it doesn’t work they are at a loss.
Why would exercise hurt your elbow when the research overwhelmingly shows that it’s supposed to help?
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