Golfer’s Elbow

Golfers elbow is in some ways similar to tennis elbow. However, the difference between golfers elbow and tennis elbow is that it causes pain where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the bony bump on the inside of your elbow. This pain might then spread into your forearm and wrist.

Clinically it is known as medial epicondlitis. Golfer’s elbow is often caused by strenuous overuse of the muscles and tendons of the forearm, near the elbow joint.

Pain that occurs on the outer side of the elbow is often known as tennis elbow.

If you are concerned about severe or persistent pain caused by golfer’s elbow you should speak to your GP. You can ask to see one of our Orthopaedic Consultant Surgeons privately without any long delays.

Our Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons specialise in diagnosing and treating symptoms caused by frozen shoulder and offer a range of non-surgical and surgical treatments, including:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Steroid injections
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Tennis elbow surgery

The most suitable type of treatment for you will be discussed at your appointments with your surgeon.

Want to be seen privately?

Whether you have medical insurance or decide to fund your care yourself, we deliver the very best of healthcare in a friendly and safe environment.

You will be offered an appointment at the earliest convenient date for you.

For information about booking appointment you can contact us on 01744 746 425 or enquiries@fairfield.org.uk

Consultants who treat Golfer’s elbow:

The information on this page is for reference only and has been reviewed by appropriate medical or clinical professionals. The information contained on this page should not be a substitute for professional medical advice nor is it intended to be for medical diagnosis or treatment.