Treating elbow pain

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Acute injuries:

  • Fracture or dislocation of the elbow, ligament injury
  • Rupture of the biceps and triceps tendon

Chronic injuries

Tendinosis, tendinopathies

  • So-called fatigue injuries, injuries caused by overuse or inappropriate technique, where the pain gradually increases with the exertion.

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Pain helps in the diagnosis

  • Sharp pain as a result of sudden movement indicates a fracture, dislocation or acute ligament injury.
  • Gradual onset of pain is typical of so-called tendinopathies such as golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow.
  • The location of the pain is important, pain on the anterior side of the elbow may indicate golfer’s elbow, while pain on the posterior side may indicate tennis elbow.
  • The appearance of swelling and bruising in acute injuries is indicative of the injured area.

Necessary examinations

  • In traumatic injuries, the most important thing to do, in addition to a physical examination, is an X-ray, which will show the damage to the bony elements.
  • If we want to check the condition of the ligaments, muscles, tendons or cartilage, an MRI should be performed.
  • Ultrasound can be useful if you want to check the condition of the tendons while moving.
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Blog posts about elbow pain

Injuries to the elbow

What can cause an elbow injury, what types of injuries can occur, and how to treat each one.

Golfer’s elbow

What can cause golfer’s elbow, what are the symptoms, how can it be diagnosed, and how do we treat it quickly and effectively at our center.
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