Golfer’s Elbow Treatment Program

Medial Epicondylitis, also known as «Golfer’s Elbow» is a condition where micro-tears occur in either the musculotendinous junction (muscle to tendon attachment) or tenoperiosteal junction (tendon to bone attachment) of the flexor muscles, resulting in pain and inflammation of the affected tendons.
Common treatment practices include long-term rest, over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications or cortisone injections, but all of these treat the symptoms, not the actual condition. 
By performing a simple massage, stretch and exercise routine, you can eliminate Golfer’s Elbow in a few, short weeks.