Topic Pain is Not Your Problem!
Dealing with elbow pain is never a pleasantDébloquez Vos Fléchisseurs de la Hanche Revue experience. When I was an avid bowler I experienced severe elbow pain during a team event one night. We were up by two frames and I was readying myself to be a hero by making a 7/10 split. As my arm went back to throw the ball it felt like something "gave" in my inner elbow. I went down like a sack of groceries.The next day I went to a friend of mine who practiced a method of elbow pain relief developed by a fellow named Pete Egoscue. I'm sure you can find out more about this method online by simply typing his name into a search engine. But I'm not trying to sell anything here, I just want to help you get out of pain.So, I want you to try a little exercise called "Forward Bend". Stand with your feet together and your toes pointing forward. Put your palms on your lower back and push your lower back forward so that it makes our butt stick out. (Would rather look silly or not feel better?). Now pull your shoulders and elbows back while bending slightly forward about 30 degrees. That's it. Really, that's it.
This is all based on re-aligning your weight bearing joints (shoulder, hips, ankles, and knees) so that your muscles and other connective tissue can go back into place. It won't happen overnight because of your muscles memory, but in good time you should be able to find it easy dealing with elbow pain.I was one that dealt with pain on and off for many years. There was nothing that really worked to get rid of the pain indefinitely. I had no idea that I, myself, was the sole person responsible for my ailments. I was not exercising; I was not eating right; and I was not drinking enough liquids and by that I mean that I was not drinking enough water. In 1992 I had to quit my job because I was suffering from chronic pain. I could not get myself out of bed.