"He's OK," Snitker said. "There's no indication he's going to have to miss a start or anything. He just manages it. He's been through those things before. Those guys that have played so long, it is one of those things where you treat it and you'll be OK."
Dickey is slated to start Tuesday against the Mets in Atlanta.
On the mend: Working his way back from right elbow soreness, Braves right-hander Mauricio Cabrera will make his second rehab appearance with Class A Advanced Florida on Saturday.
Cabrera threw a scoreless inning with a strikeout Wednesday. He is scheduled to throw two innings Saturday before shifting to Triple-A Gwinnett on Tuesday.
"The last one was good," Snitker said. "He's throwing strikes. He's feeling good. He'll get two innings to throw secondary pitches. The next two are two-inning stints, so hopefully it will all go well for him."
Andrew Gruman is a contributor to MLB.com based in Milwaukee.