Post by canadianrighty on Feb 10, 2016 11:56:47 GMT -6
Over the late summer of 2015, i was diagnosed with bicep tendonitis. I am an RHP/1B and i personally don't think i overthrow. After therapy and resting for 3 weeks, i was able to fully recover and resume baseball activities. During my third start, after coming back from my shoulder injury, my elbow began to hurt and i could not throw. I went to the doctor and he diagnosed it as golfers elbow. I have been getting treatment on my elbow for the past 6 months but nothing has made it feel better. I also noticed a loud cracking sound in my elbow when i bend it over my head. The pain is mainly in my upper forearm area near my elbow.
Recently i had an mri done, and the report read that i had an elbow joint effusion and that there was liquid found in my elbow joint capsule. I am not quite sure what exactly this means and i was hoping someone could help me out. Does this correlate with my doctor's diagnosis or something else is causing this? Lastly, what are some treatments/sugeries done to injuries simmilar to mine.
Look into these treatment wraps. They are great at getting soft tissue injuries healed easily at home. They use electro magnetic energy to stimulate and promote good blood flow to the targeted area. By keeping optimal circulation over the tendons you are giving yourself the best chance at healing. if your body has the ability to heal, this wrap will help with that. Keeping inflammation down is key and rest as much as you are able. They are great to use before a game and in your off time. They have been used by many baseball players ranging from 10 year olds to professionals. Worth a look into - kingbrand.com/Elbow-Injury-Pain.php?REF=34PV40.278