How To Self-Treat Golfer's Elbow
Tags: Self Treat Golfer's Elbow Mobilization Exercise Forearm Wrist Muscle Strain Treatment Ehlers Danlos Syndrome EDS Surgery Relief Sport Accident
"Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn't be done."
"This is a stretching exercise taken from physical therapy to help relieve wrist and forearm pain after too much exercise or surgery. It's also good for tendonitis, golfer's elbow or sporting injuries."
(Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS))
Do you suffer from a hypermobility syndrome or instability in the wrist, forearm and/or elbow? It may be that your muscles are over compensating for this and therefore are working way too hard, resulting in tendonitis and pain.
This video shows an effective physical therapy intervention in the form of a stretching exercise designed to relieve pain in these areas.
Rita Harrison the therapist, teacher and author, who also developed The Willow System Treatment over the last twenty five year in Germany, also suggests with a smile a psychological, emotional, or spiritual reason for the manifestation of the pain.
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" Rita is the founder and practitioner of the Willow System healing modality and has assisted many individuals in the community through private practice, workshops, and seminars in Hawaii and internationally. She has had profound results through the Willow System methods and has trained other professionals in the community, who are interested in promoting optimum health and helping others suffering from psychological and physical pain. She is a consummate professional and I would recommend her to others without reservation."