Elbow injuries can have long lasting complications (primarily loss of motion) if not managed appropriately. Fractures and tendon ruptures need to be evaluated promptly and surgical intervention should be timely as well. In regard to the treatment of chronic issues like tennis elbow and bursitis, we have a variety of non-surgical treatments as well. If you are experiencing elbow pain, a consultation with one of our physicians at LBJO would be a wise decision!
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- Fractures: Forearm, Elbow, Distal Humerus, Radial Head
- Biceps Tendon Tear at the Elbow: Also called a distal biceps tendon rupture, is the result of damage to the tendon that attaches the biceps muscle to the forearm.
- Elbow Dislocation: When joint surfaces of the elbow are separated.
- Elbow Bursitis: When the sac between your elbow bone and skin gets swollen.
- Nursemaid’s Elbow: Common injury of early childhood and occurs when a child’s elbow is pulled and partially dislocates.
- Osteoarthritis of the Elbow: When cartilage is worn out or damaged.
- Elbow Instability
- Tennis Elbow: Type of tendinitis or swelling of the tendons that causes pain in elbow and arm. Often caused by repetitive motions of the wrist and arm.
- Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow: Known as Cubital Tunnel syndrome, can cause an aching pain on the inside of the elbow.
Non-Operative Bracing and Casting
Tennis Elbow Debridement