Class Iv laser for Tennis/Golfers Elbow


Golfer’s elbow, also referred to as medial epicondylitis, is a condition that causes pain and tenderness on the inner side of your elbow. It’s often related to repeated wrist and/or elbow movements like grasping, twisting, or swinging and can result in tiny microtears in the tendons attaching to the large bony protuberance on the inner elbow. This is a very common condition and affects about 200,000 people in the US per year. 

Tennis elbow in contrast, involves the tendons attaching to the bony protuberance on the lateral side, or the outside of the elbow. This is commonly caused by repetitive movements like throwing, lifting, pounding or playing racquet sports like tennis, racquetball and pickleball. 

At the laser center of louisville, we can diagnose and treat these conditions successfully utilizing our class IV laser. We have specific protocols on our laser to decrease inflammation and increase blood flow to promote healing! Please call us today for a complimentary first treatment.

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