How Many Healthcare Professionals Do You Know that are Experts in Elbow Pain?
Probably not many, if you know any at all. And yet, elbow pain complaints are more common than you might expect. From carpenters to waiters to weekend warriors, there are untold numbers of people looking for someone with a sensible and effective solution for their “tennis elbow”, “golfer’s elbow”, and lateral epicondylitis conditions. Just help a few of these neglected clients and the resulting word-of-mouth advertising will supply your practice with new clients for years to come.
I Have this Problem with My Elbow, Can You Help?
I remember the day when I decided that I needed to learn everything I could about elbow pain. I had just finished a hip pain treatment with an older lady and when she got off the table I was expecting her to say how great her hip felt, but instead she just looked at me and asked “Can you do the same thing for this elbow?”
She didn’t care that she was walking without a cane for the first time in three years, she had moved on from the hip problem and was now fixated on her elbow pain. So instead of feeling good about helping this lady with her chronic hip pain, I now felt ashamed that I didn’t know how to fix her elbow pain. Needless to say, when I went home that night I was very motivated to learn about the trigger points that cause elbow pain.
What I Learned About Elbow Trigger Points
It turns out that elbow disorders aren’t quite as easy to understand as I initially expected. At first, I focused my attention on the trigger points in the arm muscles and I had some moderate success. But my elbow pain clients kept coming back complaining that their pain had returned.
So I kept “digging,” eventually discovering additional trigger points in muscles far away from the elbow joint that were causing my client’s elbow pain. Now my clients were seeing much longer-lasting results from my treatment protocol, but I still wasn’t seeing the complete picture.
You see, there were still a few clients whose elbow trigger points still came roaring back after I had released them. The missing piece of the puzzle in these cases turned out to be some untreated trigger points in a neck muscle group. These trigger points weren’t directly involved with the elbow pain complaint, but their activity caused the trigger points that were involved to become reactivated after treatment. Once I incorporated these additional trigger points into my elbow pain protocol, I was able to produce long-lasting and consistent results for my elbow pain clients.
Learn The Techniques and Protocol That I Use in My Daily Practice
The good news for you is that you don’t have to make all the mistakes that I did when learning how to treat this pain complaint. With a little work on your part to learn and master my elbow pain protocol, you can become the expert that these clients are seeking in a fraction of the time (and cost) that it took me. Here is what you will learn with this protocol:
- Comprehensive Design: Learn all the trigger points involved with elbow pain complaints, not just the trigger points that refer pain to the elbow joint, but also all the secondary trigger points that can make a real difference in your treatment’s success.
- Proper Sequencing: Learn the optimal sequence in which to release the elbow pain trigger points to minimize your work load while maximizing your treatment’s effectiveness.
- Anatomy & Biomechanics Review: Learn the essential anatomical and biomechanical details for each muscle group involved with elbow pain.
- Signs & Symptoms: Learn the signs and symptoms associated with each trigger point that is involved with elbow pain.
- How to Treat Tennis Elbow: The term “tennis elbow” (or lateral epicondylitis) describes an inflammation and/or partial tear of the tendons that attach to the lateral epicondyle of the Humerus bone. The symptoms associated with this condition are remarkably similar to those produced by trigger points in the Triceps Brachii and several forearm muscles. Because this condition is often caused by overuse stress, trigger point activity is likely to play a significant role in the pathological changes to the tendon attachments.
- How to Treat Golfer’s Elbow: The hallmark of this disorder is pain on the inside aspect of the elbow. A trigger point in the deep head of the Triceps Brachii muscle is a frequent source of the pain associated with this disorder.
- “The Word-Of-Mouth Trigger Point”: Amaze your clients by recreating their elbow pain by pressing on a trigger point in one of their shoulder muscles. It’s trigger points like this one that make your clients think that you are some sort of magician and can generate loads of word-of-mouth advertising for your practice.
- PDF Guide: All the content in the video instruction is also included in a 43-page PDF Guide
Expand Your Practice By Learning This Protocol Today
This protocol is available on DVD or as a Video Download. Both formats are organized into video chapters (or sections) to make finding or reviewing a certain technique or sequence a snap.
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- 1 hour and 22 minutes of detailed trigger point therapy instruction
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