Treating Elbow Pain

Elbow pain is typically caused by chronic tendon inflammation & adhesion in the forearm, however, symptoms can also refer from the neck, shoulder, or nerve entrapment in the arm. 

The most common presentations are golfer’s elbow & tennis elbow, both of which occur from excessive gripping or use of the forearm muscles in general. Golfer’s elbow is related to pain at the inside of the elbow – the part of the elbow that’s closest to the midline if you hold your arm out with the palm up. Tennis elbow, by contrast, occurs on the outside aspect of the elbow.

Adhesion Release Therapy

With adhesion release, pressure and tension is strategically applied while certain parts of the body are manipulated in order to break up adhesions, allowing the body to heal & rebuild mobility.

Adhesion Release Therapy is all-natural, non-invasive, & can act as a risk-free alternative to painful, expensive surgeries.

Established Patients

One on one visit options with your therapist to help decrease pain, restore movement and function.

Zac Breedlove


New Patients Start Here

The first step in our process is to schedule a complimentary consutlation with the provider to discuss the details of your pain before scheduling the exam.

Zac Breedlove