The elbow is often the weakest joint in the body, and is commonly affected by lifestyle and physical activity. Pain and soreness caused by overuse, trauma, and/or degenerative conditions such as arthritis can affect your lifestyle, limit your activity and even cause you to sleep poorly.
Our Board Certified specialists are trained to evaluate, diagnose and perform non-surgical as well as surgical treatment for all elbow and upper extremity pain. By seeking treatment at first signs of elbow pain, you can often avoid surgery. If your pain is diagnosed early it can often be eliminated through the help of strengthening exercises and physical therapy.
Persistent elbow pain often needs further testing and advanced, minimally invasive surgical repair. When surgery is needed, we use the most state-of-the-art techniques and offer a full spectrum of care to assist you. Surgery is always paired with physical therapy and strengthening exercises to assure your full recovery and a return to normal activity.
To learn more about the conditions listed below, please visit our Patient Education page or contact one of our four offices.
Elbow (Olecranon) Bursitis
Epicondylitis of The Elbow
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome