Conditions we treat

Tennis Elbow

Elbow Pain

Willow Chiropractic - specialists in relieving tennis elbow

Do you feel pain on the outside of your upper forearm or below the bend of your elbow joint? Does this pain increase when lifting or bending your elbow? Are movements such as gripping small objects, or twisting your forearm painful? If so, you may be suffering from tennis elbow.

Tennis elbow is a very common condition, approximately 1 in 3 people suffer from it at some point in their life. Often people soldier on in pain, which badly affects their quality of life. It doesn't have to be this way! We have successfully treated many people with tennis elbow. They often tell us; "I should have tried chiropractic treatment sooner! 

Our expert Chiropractors can help you

Chiropractic is a highly effective method of treating tennis elbow. Our Chiropractors will examine the wrist, shoulder, and neck, as these can be related to the cause of tennis elbow. Often, it is a long-term issue, that is why we recommend that you see one of our specialists, so they can examine your arms and neck and discuss what is best for you.

Our goal is to get you feeling and moving better as quickly as possible, and to address the underlying problem to make sure that the pain doesn’t come back.

So, if you are suffering from tennis elbow don't just put up with the pain, take action.

Arrange a consultation today with one of our qualified Chiropractors and start your journey towards a pain-free life.

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Why choose Willow?

We aim to make a real difference to your life by relieving you of pain and enabling you to live your life to the full.

Located throughout Bristol and the surrounding area

Affordable prices - and a choice of payment plans

Highly qualified, experienced Chiropractors

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We treat a wide range of other conditions

Tennis Elbow

Related case studies

Andy-Harris and matthew

Andy’s Story

Treated for shoulder & elbow pain at our Nailsea clinic by Dr Matthew Freeman.

“I first came to see Matt in October 2017 as I was having pain in my left shoulder, which radiated into my left arm. I’m a keen golfer and this was preventing me from playing well and making me miserable.”

Sue’s Story

Treated for tennis elbow at our Emersons Green clinic by Dr Lacey Prosser.

“I decided to try chiropractic as I had very bad tennis elbow and felt like every part of me was aching. My GP just offered pain killers for the tennis elbow.”

What is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis elbow is a very common condition with approximately 1 in 3 people suffering from it at some point. Clinically known as lateral epicondylitis, it is a condition that causes pain around the outside of the elbow. It is very common among sportspeople. Tennis elbow usually occurs with overuse of the muscles and tendons in the forearm and around the elbow joint.

Tennis Elbow Pain

You may feel pain on the outside of your upper forearm or below the bend of your elbow joint. Pain is common when lifting or bending your elbow. Movements such as gripping small objects, or twisting your forearm can be very painful. Fully extending your arm may also be difficult.

What causes Tennis Elbow?

The elbow joint is surrounded by muscles that move your wrist, fingers, and elbow. The muscles and bones in the elbow joint are connected by tendons that control the muscles in the forearm.

Stress resulting from overuse of the forearms muscles is what normally causes tennis elbow. Straining the muscles and tendons attached to the elbow joint can cause tiny tears and inflammation to develop near the bone on the outside of the elbow.

Tennis elbow can be caused by playing tennis due to the repetitive movement of the forearm hence its name. However, it can also be caused by other activities that place repetitive strain on the muscle, such as decorating or repetitive tasks at work.

Treating Tennis Elbow

Chiropractic is a highly effective method of treating tennis elbow. Our Chiropractors will examine the wrist, shoulder, and neck, as these can be related to the cause of tennis elbow. Often, it is a long-term issue, that is why we recommend that you see one of our specialists, so they can examine your arms and neck and discuss what is best for you.

Common symptoms

Pain on the outside of your elbow

Difficulty extending your arm

Stiffness