Hello, here my my past left inner elbow history(also called Golfer's elbow)
due to a nagging golfer's elbow(inner elbow pain)Golfer's elbow - MayoClinic.com I've been having a situation with it on and off for two years intill it got so bad I had to see a specialist.I cannot do Chest, triceps, shoulders, biceps forearm or back width. I can do Deadlifts, Leg exercises, hamstrings, calves, traps, and the lateral shoulder machine.
I've tryed Cissus months ago, and which seems to help some; recently though it's been hurtful pain.
Ive been taking Bromlain .5 -2 grams a day-2400 gui's per 500 dose, whicb is strong stuff by NOW foods) Ive been doing this a couple months now
Flexall 12 % menthol before bed(before bed) Im replacing this with Lg science formula.
Exercises for it from Physical therapy. I stretch and do the Pt exercise's once daily.
I'm on Controlled Labs which has MSM, glucosamine, chondrition, and hydroluronic acid.
I was taking naproxen (Doctors perscription for forty days) that is over and mega dosing fish oil 10-20 per day) I now do six per day.
I have been selected as a tester for LG sciences/ Thank you LG!
Right now I'm in pain on even little movements like flexing my wrists. Turning my wrist. so in order for me to progress working my way back up to , lets say Incline bench press, I'll be testing whether or not these little simple movements are completely out of pain. Than I can test if the bigger movements are painfree(chest, shoulders i.e. the bodyparts I have not been working) The best way to let the injury heal is to rest it and do exercises that don't aggravate it. I feel since I stopped lifting my elbow is feeling slightly better. I'll be training Legs, deads, won't post these because the point of this log is to heal my Elbow so I can get it back to normal(healed)
Today I rubbed on my elbow and I'll be rubbing this liquid on twice everyday. Hopefully this stuff works. I'll be posting honestly and objectively and will be gauging by doing my exercise's and gauging pain tolerance. I'll be updating my experience.Thank's you for tuning in.