Lauren and her physical therapist work together to establish short- and long-term goals for her treatment. He prescribes ice to help decrease her pain, and teaches her some gentle movement and strengthening exercises. He also recommends an elbow brace to help alleviate pressure on the tendons in the elbow, which allows her to return to her important work tasks. He also shows Lauren how to better position her wrist when squeezing the icing bag, and teaches her a stretching and strengthening home-exercise program, which he modifies throughout the course of her therapy as her condition improves.
Great reading Colin, just saved me from wasting money on a quick cure out the internet. I feel pain for 1 think i know exacly when and how i damaged this the way,i am a professional massage therapist since 1996, and the 6 people a day for a one hour treatment 6 days a week for sure is not anyway you just won your self 1 or 2 massage treatment whenever you visit Estoril makes much sense to me all you said back have a rather broad and deep experience in bodywork… just to tell you that you might like to start to look at exercise in terms of quality as opposed to quantity…. thanks so much Colin José 00351 964725666