I found this great video to help people with golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow. Pain at the inside of your elbow is a common injury seen in golfers, but it can occur to anyone. Pain at the outside of your elbow is a common injury seen in Tennis players. In this video he goes over a rehabilitation exercise program for medial elbow pain. Lately many clients have been coming in for a massage with either golfer’s elbow or tennis elbow. Basically, these occur because there is overuse of the muscles and tendons of the forearm, leading to inflammation and pain around the elbow joint. You don’t have to be a golfer or tennis player to feel this pain…construction workers, guitarists, drummers, people typing a lot, and any anyone else who uses repetitive elbow and wrist movement…like a massage therapist…can feel it. Massage can also help both golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow by loosening those muscles that attach to the elbow. The triceps, flexors and extorsors of the forearm often get extremely tight and contribute to this pain at the tendons of the elbow. Also massage can help to circulate new blood into the area to speed up healing. With this warm weather around the corner, let’s keep our elbows in good health so we can really swing that club!