• Dislocated Shoulder Exercises

    The exercises that follow provide a rehabilitation programme for an anterior dislocation shoulder injury. The information is intended as a guide and refers to those people who have dislocated their shoulder for the first time. The rate of progression is dependent upon the healing process, which is affected by the age of the patient. It … Read more

    Tennis Elbow Rehabilitation

    The success of rehabilitation of tennis elbow is dependent upon first controlling the inflammation at the insertion of the extensor tendons into the Humerus bone, on the outside of the elbow joint (see full article for an explanation of the anatomy). Depending on the severity of the condition, this may be alleviated simply by rest or with … Read more

    Tennis Elbow: Lateral Epicondylitis

    What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) is a common cause of elbow pain. Tennis Elbow is characterised by pain over the outer side of the elbow, which may radiate down the forearm. Despite the name, Tennis Elbow does not just afflict tennis professionals. In fact, this common elbow problem (it affects about 3% … Read more

    Elbow Arthritis: Osteoarthritis of the Elbow


    What is Elbow Arthritis? Elbow arthritis (osteoarthritis) is not a common elbow injury, as the elbow is not a weight-bearing joint. Elbow arthritis occurs most often secondary to trauma such as a broken elbow or due to repetitive use in sports such as tennis or golf. The initial trauma of a fracture changes the mechanics … Read more

    Guide to the Prevention & Treatment of Golfer’s Elbow


    Medically reviewed by Katie Knapton, MSCP HCPC on 29th October 2021 What is Golfer’s Elbow? Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) is characterised by pain over the inner elbow, which may radiate down the forearm. Despite the name, golfers elbow does not just affect golfers. In fact, this painful elbow problem is most often associated with work-related … Read more