The One and Only Sole Symphony Ashiatsu Massage Video Blog
Having elbow pain from injury or repetitive-stress can be incredibly frustrating. Pain on the outer elbow is commonly referred to as tennis elbow, while recurring pain on the inner side of the elbow is commonly know as golfer's elbow. In the video below, I cover 2 self-care techniques. #1 is a pretty darn awesome self massage tool that I used in my own recovery from tennis elbow, and the other, #2 is an easy, do-it-yourself Ashiatsu massage tutorial that you can do on yourself for relieving forearm tension.
A little bit of deep tissue care on a regular basis can make a world of a difference in getting better AND staying better.
I advocate for the ArmAid tool, because it's been a huge help for me. I used it for about 20 minutes per day for 2 weeks (each followed by 5 minutes of a cold pack or cold water dunk) before I made a significant and lasting break through. I hope this tool will be just as helpful for you as it has been for me. Please tell them I sent you!
Once you realize that recurring pain is not just going away, you need to take action. Get some regular maintenance going ASAP, or come see me for some incredibly blissful deep tissue massage to really get in there and loosen things up.
How about you? Are you struggling with elbow pain, or have you recovered from elbow injury? What was most helpful for you? Post a comment below, and feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
A swift recovery to you, my friends!