How is it that you can get golfer’s elbow or tennis elbow, even if you’ve never golfed or picked up a racket?

Elbow pain affects almost 3 million Americans, so chances are you know someone who experiences elbow pain or are someone who suffers with it yourself.

Common treatment strategies like steroids, bracing, or nerve stimulation may passively address pain, but don’t fix the underlying movement issue that contributed to the injury in the first place.

And, like with most things, having a better understanding of the anatomy of what’s actually going on will help you decide the next best step for you.

So if you have forearm or elbow pain, or have noticed that your grip strength isn’t what it used to be, then today’s episode is for you.

A little bit every day is enough to maintain your body so you can forget about soreness, tension and pain. Movement Mavens is the only program of it’s kind that not only teaches you how to maintain your body and move well, but also helps you craft your personalized plan so you can build sustainable strength, consistently. Learn more now at www.aewellness.com/mavens

 What you’ll lean from this episode:

  • Why you don’t have to play any sports to have tennis or golfer’s elbow
  • The role repetitive movement plays
  • And how massage and building forearm strength can help get rid of pain

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