Golfer’s Elbow



Golfer’s elbow often produces pain on the inside (medial epicondyle) of the elbow. The elbow may feel stiff. Hands and wrists may feel weak, you may also feel numbness in the arm and hand.

How it occurs

Golfer’s elbow results from overuse of the muscles that bend the wrist or by repetitively bending and straightening the elbow. It’s usually described by pain from the elbow to the wrist on the inside (medial side) of the elbow. The pain is traditionally caused by damage to the tendons that bend the wrist toward the palm.


At Action Rehab, a therapist may recommend a number of the following treatments that may include a combination following: Activity Restrictions: Limit use and rest the arm from activities that worsen symptoms. One of our custom made water resistant and removable brace. And a series of exercises for strengthening and stretching exercises to the forearm once your symptoms have decreased.

Meet Nick


Nick Criticos graduated from Latrobe University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences before completing a Masters in Occupational Therapy Practice. Nicks is a Director of Action Rehab and takes pride in working with Ben Cunningham and the Action Rehab team. He predominately works at our South Eastern and Gippsland clinics. Nick regularly presents educational talks across Gippsland and Melbourne to General Practitioners, Surgeons, Physiotherapists and ED Doctors, promoting the hand therapy industry and our “Action Rehab Brand”.

Book a senior therapist consultation

Ben, our senior therapist, will offer advice on any management strategies you may need. Please note, if you request ongoing care, you will only have to pay our current rates. We do not charge Worksafe and TAC clients for any consultations.

Call 1300 76227to book an appointment or Click Here to book.

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