Polarity and tennis elbowAfter exhausting all conventional methods of treating this condition Kathy, who works as a nurse, turned to Polarity Therapy as a last resort and was surprised by the permanent alleviation of pain achieved.
She says "Eight months ago, I began getting a terrible pain in my right elbow. As time went on, the pain got worse, so I visitted my GP. I was diagnosed with Tennis Elbow and sent to see a Physio who gave me an elbow support to wear. After several weeks it was clear this was not helping and as the painful elbow was now affecting my work I went back to see my GP. He advised a cortisone injection into the affected site. I was not keen but thought it may be my only option. the deed was done on a thursday morning, I spent a very painful day and night and by friday could not move my arm at all. My husband took me to A&E at a local hospital and I was told "perhaps the injection had been done incorrectly". I was given a multitude of painkillers and sent home.
By this time I was at the end of my tether when a friend recommended Polarity to me. To be perfectly honest I was not a great believer but thought I would give it a go as I had nothing to lose.
When you began the work on my elbow and arm I just "went with it" and kept my fingers crossed. After the treatment, although my elbow felt very warm, the pain was still there and I thought "oh well, it was worth a try".
You told me it may take a while to work but I must admit to feeling slightly disappointed. HOWEVER, day 4 after my treatment, I got up for work and BANG, it hit me like a sledgehammer - NO PAIN - I even woke up my husband as I was dancing around the bedroom, throwing my arm around. That was 6 weeks ago and the pain has not returned.
I can now say I am a true believer in Polarity Therapy and would not hesitate to seek this treatment for any other problem."