Golfer's Elbow From Climbing – Solutions, Causes and Assessment

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First up, we have new person on the Lattice Couch! James is a climbing-specialised physio and has worked with both our staff team and our clients, so we thought we’d pick his brain about some interesting and new subjects relevant to climbers! We’ve put all of the details of his expertise and how to get in contact with him the description below – but first, what’s up this in this episode?!

Well, we thought it would be excellent to get stuck straight into a very popular topic – golfer’s elbow! It’s one that has caused thousands of climbers around the world issues at some time in their climbing careers. Fortunately there are loads of good methods for working through this issue and the vast majority of people we see who take the right action with this, come out the other side in great shape.

Topics covered with James:

Intro: (0:00)
What is golfers elbow?: (2:10)
What is the difference between tendinitis and tendinopathy?: (4:41)
Biggest causes: (6:45)
Common rehab approaches: (11:41)
Is icing useful?: (18:09)
Is stretching useful?: (20:08)
Outro: (25:52)

And now for more about James and the Sheffield Climbing clinic! Highly recommended!

James, as we said above, is a physiotherapist and has been for the last 11 years. He is a keen climber and has a specialist interest in climbing injuries as well as diagnostic ultrasound scanning. He is based in Sheffield and is part of Sheffield Climbing Clinic.

If you would like to book a remote video consultation or an in person consultation at the clinic then get in touch today by emailing;

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