Golfers or Tennis Elbow

This classic repetitive use strain isn’t limited to golfers and tennis players. Renew Movement™ helps remove stress on nerves and surrounding tissue that causes more than pain during play. Live free!


Golfer’s Elbow:
Pain in the elbow or wrist
Elbow stiffness or wrist stiffness
Sensation of pins and needles, tenderness, or tingling fingers
Tennis Elbow:
Pain outside of the elbow 
Pain in the forearm/wrist.

What is Golfer’s Elbow or Tennis Elbow?

Golfer’s elbow is a form of tendonitis of the wrist flexors, caused by many types of activity. The excessive force you use when you bend your wrist toward your palm can cause the condition. The symptoms can also cause gripping and numbness issues in the hand. We work through the whole arm to help alleviate the tension in the forearm and bicep.

Tennis elbow is an injury caused by overuse of the wrist extensors. Wrist extensors are muscles on the back of your forearm that act to pull back your wrist. The repetitive stress on the wrist can be caused by many activities, and pain is located on the outside of the elbow. Symptoms can be pain in the elbow and wrist as well as numbness in the hand. Pain from tennis elbow can be located as high in the arm as the rotator cuff. We work through the entire arm to reduce compensation patterns in the forearm and upper arm.

If your pain is acute (3 months or less), we suggest the Fix & Go Session.
If it’s chronic (4+ months), we suggest the Evaluation + Fix & Go Session.


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