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Welcome to The Cape Hand Clinic - Elbow Injuries / Pain / Tennis Elbow / Golfers Elbow

At our physiotherapy clinic in Cape Town, we specialize in the treatment of Elbow Injuries, Pain, Tennis Elbow, and Golfers Elbow. Our dedicated team of physiotherapists has extensive experience in diagnosing and managing conditions affecting the elbow joint. Whether you’re dealing with acute pain, chronic discomfort, or seeking rehabilitation after an injury, we are here to provide personalized care and comprehensive treatment to help you regain optimal elbow function.

Understanding Elbow Injuries Pain Tennis Elbow Golfers Elbow

Elbow injuries and conditions can occur due to various factors, such as repetitive motions, overuse, sports activities, trauma, or underlying medical conditions. Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis) and Golfers Elbow (medial epicondylitis) are two common conditions affecting the tendons and muscles around the elbow joint, causing pain, inflammation, and functional limitations. Other conditions we treat include:

  1. Elbow Strains and Sprains
  2. Elbow Tendonitis
  3. Elbow Bursitis
  4. Elbow Fractures or Dislocations
  5. Arthritis of the Elbow

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Our Approach to Elbow Injuries, Pain, Tennis Elbow, and Golfers Elbow

At Nureesah Hendricks Physio Clinic, we take a comprehensive and individualized approach to the treatment of Elbow Injuries, Pain, Tennis Elbow, and Golfers Elbow. Our physiotherapists will conduct a thorough assessment, considering your symptoms, medical history, functional limitations, and specific diagnosis. Based on this evaluation, we will develop a customized treatment plan that may include:

  1. Pain Management: We will employ various techniques to alleviate pain and inflammation, such as manual therapy, modalities like heat or cold therapy, ultrasound, or electrical stimulation.

  2. Manual Therapy Techniques: Our physiotherapists may use hands-on techniques, including joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, and myofascial release, to improve joint mobility, reduce muscle tension, and promote tissue healing.

  3. Therapeutic Exercises: We will prescribe specific exercises and stretches to improve range of motion, strength, and flexibility in the elbow. These exercises will be tailored to your specific condition and stage of recovery.

  4. Activity Modification: We will provide guidance on modifying activities or sports techniques to reduce stress on the affected elbow and promote healing.

  5. Bracing or Taping: Depending on the condition and severity, we may recommend the use of elbow braces or taping techniques to provide support and stability to the joint, allowing for optimal healing and protection during activities.

Collaborative Care and Progress Monitoring

We believe in a collaborative approach to your care. Our physiotherapists work closely with other healthcare professionals, such as orthopedic specialists or sports medicine physicians, to ensure comprehensive and coordinated treatment. Throughout your rehabilitation journey, we will closely monitor your progress, make any necessary adjustments to your treatment plan, and provide ongoing support to help you achieve the best possible outcomes.

Find Relief from Elbow Injuries and Pain Today

If you’re experiencing elbow injuries, pain, Tennis Elbow, or Golfers Elbow, our specialized treatment approach can help alleviate your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and start your personalized treatment plan.

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"Each of our clients is unique and their treatment needs may differ. That's why we take an individual approach to understanding the specific needs and goals of each of our clients. We customize treatment plans to suit our clients' needs.."

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Bussiness Hours

Monday 08:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 08:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 08:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 08:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 08:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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