Laser Treatments for Tennis
Elbow Charleston

Tennis elbow is an agonizing ailment that is unfortunately quite common amongst athletes and non-athletes alike. People who experience this ache can describe the pain as a burning and intense discomfort that radiates to the shoulder or forearm. In addition to the soreness, tennis elbow also produces a weakened grip strength as well as difficulty making simple everyday motions such as gripping a cup or brushing your teeth.

The severity of tennis elbow depends on how active one is in exacerbating the issue with activities that involve forceful swinging, gripping, throwing, or any arm strain motion. Therefore, it is important to have rest periods and use sensible techniques such as gradual re-strengthening when engaging in physical activity.

Relief Now Laser Charleston: Safe and Effective Laser Treatments for Tennis Elbow Charleston

Relief Now Laser Charleston offers professional and safe laser treatments to help you find relief faster. From tennis elbow to chronic pain, our experts are here to help you get the effective results you need. Whether it’s Class IV laser therapy or something else, we have a wide range of treatment options tailored to your needs.

Our safe and modern facility provides a comfortable experience and peace of mind. We are dedicated to using the latest technology to provide safe, effective, and fast-acting treatments. Our team of experts is on hand to answer all your questions and guide you through the process. With Relief Now Laser Charleston, you can trust that you will be in good hands every step of the way.

The Only Pain Relief You Need

Don’t spend another minute living with pain when relief is just around the corner! Contact our Relief Now Laser Charleston team today for your consultation: we look forward to helping you find relief as quickly as possible!


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*Disclaimer: Although welcome for treatment, these patients are excluded from offers:
1) MEDICARE, MEDICAID, TRICARE, and other government healthcare program participants and 2) personal injury and worker's compensation claimants.