The elbow joint injuries entail serious consequences. The most typical are contractures (adhesions). They violate tissue trophism and significantly limit the limb mobility. An equally serious post-traumatic complication is ossification (calcification) of muscles and soft tissues. In especially severe cases, chronic pain and vascular insufficiency develops. Therefore, to minimize the risk of negative consequences, the elbow joint rehabilitation after surgery is required.
The Biomechanics Center in Marbella specializes in the recovery of postoperative patients who have suffered the elbow joint injuries. For more than three decades, the unique author’s technique of the expert in functional movement, MD, professor Eugene Blum has been successfully applied here. It is based on targeted study of deep muscle groups, which are a key link in the biomechanical chain.
After diagnostic testing, an individual rehabilitation program is drawn up aimed at including the natural processes of regeneration, self-healing, eliminating atrophy and muscle imbalances, and restoring muscular-fascial and bone-articular balance.
The interdisciplinary rehabilitation approach that is used at the center increases the effectiveness of the methods used and is aimed at restoring the anatomical, morphological and functional norm of the elbow joint, eliminating the musculoskeletal system weak links and returning to a full life without pain and limitations.