The Elbows are important to our everyday life. We use our upper limbs to perform an incredible amount of daily tasks. When this joint is not 100% that affects our quality of life as it can impede anything from grabbing, pulling or lifting things. In this course, we aim to keep it simple and to the point. We will only cover the most relevant components of this joint complex, the ones that are responsible for the majority of movement quality. There is a portion of cases where Elbow pain is due to tissue damage on the structures themselves (bone, muscles, tendons, ligaments and cartilage). In these cases, there is a period of inflammation and tissue healing that needs to be respected immediately after an acute injury. Following the period of inflammation, providing the injured area with neuromuscular stimulus (ALiGN reposition) has been shown to speed up recovery.
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