JHern wrote:If your putter isn't your favorite disc, get a new putter.
bcr123psu wrote:Look up Medial Epicondylitis and see if that's the issue. If it is, it's probably because your rotator cuff, scapula, etc. aren't strong enough (as these muscles are rarely developed by most people) to decelerate your arm as you're following through and you may be hyperextending your elbow...especially if you have bad form and hold your elbow away from your body. My 2 cents from somebody that's been rehabbing this condition since April (and noticed the symptoms LAST July). If you think that's the case, go see an ortho and prepare yourself for PT.
Lemur wrote:I use to have this problem when I was your age. I am nineteen now (studying physical therapy) and I played a lot of baseball in high school and that is part of why my elbow hurt. What I would recommend to you is to stop forehanding at all for like a week and ice your elbow two or three times a day for a week or so. I played on a hurt elbow, (disc golf and baseball) and I messed up my pitching abilities for the summer and my forehand, which was my distance driving preference, was gone. If it hurts during backhand, which I also had, means that you are using to much elbow while you throw and it puts stress on all those ligaments. Also during putting if you push putt then you also could be putting strain on your elbow. A way to help take the pain away from your elbow would to go for a nice run/jog. You want to get the blood moving around in your arm and to get it moving. If you play baseball then you would know after an pitcher finishes a game he will run a couple miles after the game for recovery on his elbow and shoulder. Go for a mile or two mile run every other day for a week and you should be feeling a lot better. Hopefully this pain does not keep on persisting because if it does you might want to get it checked out by your high school athletic trainer. Also, if you like to, play some basketball because that always got me moving and helped my arm feel better.
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