Golfer’s Elbow Treatment Made Simple with Powerball
Powerball has been a trusted rehabilitation device for those suffering from golfer’s elbow for over 20 years. Powerball is easy to use, extremely effective and will not only cure the symptoms of golfer’s elbow, but continued use will also prevent this debilitating RSI from recurring.
See for yourself why over 4 million people worldwide enjoy the numerous benefits that come with spinning Powerball.
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Strengthen As You Recover
As you spin Powerball, its isometric resistance engages the entire kinetic chain of the arm, which has two important effects:
1. Rehab: Circulation is increased, meaning oxygen and healing nutrients are driven to the injured medial tendons in the elbow. These nutrients directly target any tears in the tendons and act quickly to relieve pain and repair damage.
2. Strengthening: All of the muscles in your forearm are activated. Powerball’s resistance delves deep into tissue fibres, strengthening each muscle from its core and building overall muscle mass from fingertip to shoulder.
This active combination of rehabilitation and strengthening means you benefit from shorter recovery times, without having to compromise on effective, long-lasting golfer’s elbow treatment. Kick off your recovery today with Powerball. All it takes is 3 minutes a day to start seeing the powerful effects of this unique gyroscope.
Benefit From Golfer’s Elbow Treatment
Powerball’s isometric resistance is 100% non-impact meaning it places absolutely zero additional strain on sore or damaged tendons in the elbow. You control your recovery: choose the speed and intensity of your golfer’s elbow treatment simply by spinning Powerball faster or slower – the choice is yours. With this in mind, you need never worry about over-exerting yourself or worsening your injury when you exercise with Powerball.
Reduce Stiffness & Increase Flexibility
Spinning Powerball promotes the production of synovial fluid, which lubricates the elbow joint and alleviates any stiffness that may have developed as a result of your condition. Increase range of motion, build flexibility and reduce stiffness – it’s as easy as picking up a Powerball. Even from the very first use of Powerball, you will begin to feel the difference as muscle stiffness and tendon pain start to break down in the elbow joint.
Prevent Golfer’s Elbow
Not only is Powerball highly effective for golfer’s elbow treatment, but it can also be used to prevent the injury from occurring (or reoccurring) in the future. Think of it as an extra layer of body armour for your upper limbs: spinning Powerball for as little as 3 minutes a day is enough to significantly strengthen the muscles and tendons in your elbow. Strong and supple muscles and tendons are much less likely to be affected by golfer’s elbow, so you can continue to maintain an active lifestyle without ever having to worry about this condition reoccurring again.
Follow Golfer’s Elbow Treatment Programs
Here at Powerball, we’ve worked closely with physical therapists and sports injury professionals to design helpful exercise videos with your golfer’s elbow rehab in mind. Check out the range of video programmes on our videos page or watch the video below for a step-by-step guide to arm rehab and strengthening.
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Regular exercise with Powerball is a simple, yet effective way to maintain upper-body health and rehabilitate conditions such as golfer’s elbow. Spin Powerball for as little as 3 minutes a day to alleviate the symptoms of golfer’s elbow and start feeling strong, healthy & pain-free once more.
Causes: What is golfer’s elbow?
Golfer’s elbow (or medial epicondylitis) is a condition affecting the medial epicondyle (the small, bony lump on the inside of your elbow). Also known as ‘climber’s elbow’, this condition doesn’t just affect golfers and climbers, but really anyone who regularly engages in activities that rely heavily on elbow movement. Usually golfer’s elbow will appear as a dull pain in the elbow joint, which is sometimes mistaken for overexertion. And because golfer’s elbow develops gradually and does not usually cause swelling or inflammation, it can sometimes be difficult to diagnose. It is recommended that you seek medical advice if you think you may be suffering from golfer’s elbow.
To read more about golfer’s elbow (climber’s elbow), check out our blog here.
Golfer’s elbow can sometimes be mistaken for tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis). It is important to understand which condition you have before beginning your golfer’s elbow treatment. Click here to read more about tennis elbow treatment.