Little League Elbow

Little League Elbow refers to a common growth plate injury experienced by young athletes (especially baseball players). It’s caused by repetitive throwing motions and overuse of the elbow joint during practice. Most players may experience an onset of symptoms ranging from elbow pain, mobility issues to slower throwing rates. All of these symptoms can become…

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Tennis Elbow Rehabilitation

Did you know? Tennis elbow isn’t necessarily caused by the eponymous sport. Any repetitive activity or direct injury to the elbows can weaken the tendons linking your forearm muscles to your bones and cause them to swell. Tennis elbow rehabilitation uses different soft tissue techniques, mobilizations, and preventative exercises, to target the pain and limit…

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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) targets the central nervous system (i.e. the brain and spinal cord). Its debilitative effects lead to muscle pain, balance and coordination issues, and cognitive problems. In severe cases, MS can turn into a lifelong disability without treatment. How does physical therapy help Multiple Sclerosis? Visit our facility to receive personalized physical therapy…

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Sports Performance

Overview: Severe Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) Tendons are soft connective tissues that link bones to muscles. The medial epicondyle is a bony bump present at the protruding end of the elbow joint. It’s a sensitive spot, surrounded by a group of muscles and tendons that connect the bones. They support joint movement and body motions…

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