How Myotherapy Can Help
Our patients often experience inflammation, muscle tightness and knots which we treat through a process of gentle massage, treatment and rehabilitation.
Through Myotherapy, our initial aim is to reduce the pain and tenderness so that you can continue your day-to-day activities without difficulty. Your massage therapist will use gentle massage techniques to reduce the knots in your muscles and trigger points which attach to the outside point of the elbow.
We also treat the muscles close to the elbow, such as the tricep, to further reduce tightness and knots.
This is then followed up with Dry Needling throughout your forearm muscles and elbow. Our patients find Dry Needling to provide efficient healing and pain relief, as it can gently reach the deepest muscle fibres and reduce sensitivity the area.
Over time we introduce isometric exercises to increase your forearm strength and range of motion while taking care not to re-aggravate the injury. Increasing strength is a key part of tennis elbow treatment and rehabilitation, for the prevention for future injuries.