The elbow is a unique joint that is comprised of 3 bones: the humerus, radius and ulna. These 3 bones allow for bending and straightening of the elbow as well as rotation of the forearm. Elbow injuries are most commonly due to trauma such as falling on an outstretched arm or lifting something too heavy. Often times, elbow pain is actually originating from the shoulder or wrist. It is important to have your Physical Therapist complete a comprehensive assessment to determine the cause of your elbow pain.
While working closely with you and your pain management physician, we can help you help yourself. If you are ready to take an active approach in your own recovery, this is the program for you. Get your elbow moving safely and do more with less pain. Even if you have not had success with other treatments for elbow pain, this program is for you. We address the root cause rather than merely treat the symptoms. This results in longer-lasting relief and is highly effective in preventing recurrent elbow pain and problems. Our advanced techniques will promote a fast recovery and may help conditions where all previous therapies have failed.
Our elbow pain solution is typically covered by your health insurance. We participate with most insurance plans and accept personal injury protection auto insurance and attorney letters of protection. The cost of each session varies depending on your insurance plan. If you are uninsured or have a high deductible insurance plan, we have affordable payment plans for as low as $25 per week.
Significant decrease in elbow pain may be noticeable in as little as 3-5 treatment sessions, especially if your pain started in the last few weeks. More chronic and severe conditions may take 6-12 visits for total elbow pain relief, normal flexibility and full strength.
Don’t put it off any longer. Elbow and arm pain greatly affect your ability to lift, carry, open doors, get dressed and take care of yourself and your family. Overtime, elbow problems can lead to severe shoulder pain and neck pain. The longer you wait the more serious your elbow pain and problem may become. Don’t continue to live with the pain. Don’t let your problem get to the point of no return. Call and schedule an appointment today.