In line with the most recent announcements from the Victorian Government in relation to COVID-19 restrictions, as a health service, we remain open to the public for essential treatments. Face to face appointments can proceed, if they are deemed essential and telehealth isn’t appropriate, during the circuit breaker lockdown for Osteopathy. Massage services will cease during
Honestly, there’s probably more overlap than difference. We can all help if you’re recovering from an injury, experiencing aches and pains, or having trouble with movement and mobility throughout the body. Essentially we aim to encourage your body towards health and being pain free.
Overuse or repeated pressure on the tendons near the elbow joint can overload these tissues, particularly where the tendon anchors to the bone. If overload occurs, it can cause pain around the elbow, particularly when using the wrist and hand. Depending on the location and severity of the injury, full recovery can take months.
The most common type of elbow pain is known as ‘tennis elbow’. ‘Golfer’s elbow’ is a less common, but similar overuse injury. Despite their names, these injuries can occur as a result of a range of physical activities – racquet sports, rowing, canoeing, weightlifting, hockey, wrestling, swimming – as well as repetitive work tasks undertaken in a variety of occupations.