Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) Treatment
If you are diagnosed as suffering from golfer’s elbow, treatment options are usually conservative. At Silicon Valley Orthopaedics, we provide expert advice to our patients with elbow injuries. Dr. Nic Gay or Dr. Masi Reynolds will carry out a full examination before recommending an appropriate treatment.
Rest, ice and anti-inflammatory medications are often effective for mild cases of golfer’s elbow. To help you recover quickly, Silicon Valley Orthopaedics may provide custom orthotics, such as a brace, to support the elbow. It is important to avoid activity that can prolong suffering from golfer’s elbow. You can gradually return to those activities once your doctor deems you fit enough to do so.
Serious intervention may be required for patients who continue to experience pain and other symptoms after a period of four weeks. You may have suffered a more severe injury that requires an examination from an experienced orthopedic surgeon.
Expert Orthopedic Examination for Golfer’s Elbow
If you are not happy with a diagnosis from a general practitioner or sports therapist, turn to Silicon Valley Orthopaedics for a second opinion. Dr. Nic Gay and Dr. Masi Reynolds are experts in the field of orthopedic medicine and surgery. At our California practice, you will experience the gold standard in diagnosis and treatment of golfer’s elbow and other sports injuries.
Trust your treatment to a team of orthopedic specialists who understand how lifestyle can impact on musculoskeletal health. Silicon Valley Orthopaedics is committed to conservative treatments that maintain the integrity of joint structures and function.
Ensuring that your recovery restores full movement in as little time as possible is our main priority. The team at Silicon Valley Orthopaedics will support you and provide any necessary education throughout the treatment process.
To learn more about what makes treatment for golfer’s elbow different at Silicon Valley Orthopaedics, book an appointment for an examination today.