Golfer's Elbow

“Golfer’s elbow” or medial epicondylitis is an injury that can be caused from activities that involve gripping such as golf, carrying a heavy suitcase or throwing a baseball. The pain is felt from the elbow to the wrist on the palm side.

Your physiotherapist can help prevent these types of injuries by correcting poor technique, strengthening weaker muscles and stretching.


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Fit to a tee

A game of golf is a healthy activity to help gain and maintain flexibility and range of motion. It's a physical activity that includes walking, lifting and repetitive arm movements, providing the benefits of cardiovascular and strengthening exercise programs. However, returning to action after being on hiatus for several months puts enthusiasts at high risk of injury.

Pain will affect the way you move. The way you move will affect your pain. It can be a vicious cycle.


For less time in physio rehab, try ‘prehabilitation’

From the Globe and Mail - what if you could gaze into a crystal ball that could predict your injuries before they happen

Physiotherapy rehabilitation aims to optimize patient function and well-being


Preventing Golf Injuries

About half of all golf injuries can become chronic