Are you looking for tennis elbow physical therapy in Elmwood Park, NJ? Bella Physical Therapy has been helping patients recover from tennis elbow pain since 2006. We provide one-on-one at least one-hour sessions for each and every patient throughout the entire course of your tennis elbow physical therapy.
It is important to know that according to New Jersey’s Direct Access Act you don’t need a doctor’s prescription to start physical therapy in the state of New Jersey. It means that YOU DON’T NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR BEFORE COMING TO US. Our highly trained, experienced and caring physical therapists are fully equipped to analyze your pain and create a thorough treatment protocol that that will address the very source of your pain to make your recovery a full success. You will see a positive change in your condition after just a few treatment sessions.* If at any point in the course of your tennis elbow physical therapy the need for a diagnostic testing or a medical consultation arises, we will be first to advise you on different options.
The source of your tennis elbow pain is can be repetitive strain of the forearm due to sports activities (for example, playing tennis), or other activities like tree-cutting with a chainsaw, painting, carpentry, playing certain musical instruments, or a combination thereof. If the problem is not addressed, tennis elbow pain may cause more problems down the road. For example, tennis elbow can lead to difficulty gripping or lifting. Your condition may become chronic and eventually require surgery.
Many of us try to get rid of the pain by taking pain killers and steroid injections. There are a few problems with that approach, though: medications have side effects, plus they are only masking the pain without addressing the root of your problem. In addition, steroids may weaken the muscle tendons and ligaments which then become more susceptible to a future trauma. Tennis Elbow physical therapy is a great drug-free treatment approach that could be the real and lasting answer to your condition.
A course of physical therapy is a vital part of restoring a full range of motion and strength to your elbow, hand and forearm without residual stiffness or pain.
Your tennis elbow physical therapy will include a variety of manual hands-on techniques, taping methods and other innovative treatment approaches combined with a comprehensive exercise program custom-tailored to your needs. Exercises may include dynamic upper body stabilization, shoulder, arm, wrist and hand strengthening, body mechanic correction and more. Specific functional training will be a vital part of your treatment to accelerate return to your favorite leisure and sports activities. Adding our state-of-the-art equipment to your treatment protocol will bring yet more variety and fun to your tennis elbow physical therapy course.
If you suffer from tennis elbow pain longer than two weeks, don’t wait… take action!
Bella Physical Therapy – Your Trusted Source for Tennis Elbow Physical Therapy in Elmwood Park, NJ.