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Understanding Golfers Elbow and How To Fix It

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00:00 Intro
00:34 What is Golfer’s Elbow?
01:35 Anatomy of Golfer’s Elbow
02:44 What causes Golfer’s Elbow?
03:36 Phase 1 – Decrease Pain and Inflammation
04:26 Phase 2 – Improve Flexibility and Mobility
04:40 Phase 3 – Build Strength and Stability
05:08 Stretch for Golfer’s Elbow
07:49 Massage Ball for Golfer’s Elbow
11:42 Strengthening for Golfer’s Elbow
17:39 Final Thoughts

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  1. Thanks, very well explained.

  2. Awesome video, man. Thank you

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  4. Good morning! I hope all is well. My question is it possible to golfer's elbow from having tennis elbow? For the last 4 1/2 years I started a new career and was diagnosed with tendinitis in my right wrist where the pain radiated up to my forearm. I went through PT and learned how to manage my pain. Then a few months ago, I was diagnosed with tennis elbow with the same right arm. I went through PT and the tennis elbow went away. Now I am currently experiencing phase 2 of golfers elbow. Is there anything I can do that's immediate to relieve the pain while I go through this process of healing?

  5. I just started working out a few weeks ago and when I do lat cable pull downs with my hands about shoulder length apart it makes that part of my arm and elbow hurt….does that make sense for that to happen?

  6. Thank you so so SO MUCH πŸŽ‰

  7. Thanks You very much..this exercises could be good too for ulnar nerve straight?

  8. On a scale of 1 to 10 my pain is at a 5. I am in phase 2. I plan on starting this program that you’ve outlined today. I do enjoy playing golf and was wondering at what stage during the rehabilitation can I start playing golf again?

  9. This is a great help, I can see improvement already.

    I would appreicate a discussion of what to do about the cause of the condition. You gave several examples, some of those involved people who worked for a living such as plumbers that would not be able to stop doing what was causing the pain, others may be athletes who are in the middle of a season and cannot simply stop doing the motion because it is an intregal part of the sport, such as a golfer or a right handed tennis player hitting a forehand. Do you have an suggestions for these people other than simply taking 4-8 months off for rehab? Thanks!

  10. Very well explained. Thank you.

  11. Great video! Very helpful. Big thanks.

  12. I had Tennis elbow about a decade back. Rhuma Oil massage and mindful lifting of weights helped. I lift pretty heavy like 2-3 reps near max effort heavy. Now I seem to have developed Golfers elbow. Here we go again…. 31 then, 41 now. Healing will be gradual.

  13. Great advice. I've tried your prescribed routine and find it much more helpful than previous advice. This condition has been present for several months now so I'm hoping this will get me back within 8 weeks or so.

  14. none of this really addresses the root cause, it just talks about the symptoms

  15. So this is from a repetitive motion from my work. I deliver bread and I have to lift bread trays on and off my truck. I can't stop working and a week off isn't enough time for it to heal, so what do I do? I am in phase 1.

  16. Mine probably is the pronator muscle because i think armwrestled to much in a disadvantage position in my right arm which is my stronger arm and now its painful, my left is fine and it does not hurt, so i tried the stretching exercises in my right hand and that is literally the pain i was looking for to be relieved, thanks for the exercises πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ˜πŸ˜

  17. This is the most detailed explanation to resolve the pain, Thankyou very much

  18. Mine is pain under the elbow when i straighten it. It's like a needle pain. I got it playing basketball.

  19. Excellent, intelligent, clinical, no-hype, video. I can't thank you enough. Your tone and message inspire confidence in you.

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