Elbow pain can have various causes, ranging from acute injuries to chronic conditions. Dr Arthur Turow treats a variety of elbow conditions. Here are some common causes of elbow pain:
- Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
- Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis
- Biceps Tendon Tear
- Elbow Sprain or Strain
- Elbow Fractures
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome / Nerve Compression
- Overuse Injuries
Other less common causes of elbow pain include infections, cartilage lesions (Osteochondritis Dissecans), referred pain from other areas (such as the neck or upper back), or systemic conditions affecting multiple joints.
Elbow pain can be caused by various conditions leading to stiffness, weakness and nerve irritation
Tearing of the biceps tendon can lead to bruising, swelling and loss of elbow strength
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Cubital tunnel syndrome is compression of the ulnar nerve on the medial side of the elbow
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It’s important to note that not everyone with elbow pain fall into one specific diagnosis and your individual symptoms can vary. If you are experiencing elbow pain, limited mobility, or other concerning symptoms, Dr. Arthur Turow can assess your elbow, provide you with an accurate diagnosis and suggest appropriate treatment options specific for your individual needs.
Please use above information as a guide only. More detailed information specific to your condition and your recovery will be given in your consultation with Dr. Arthur Turow, who will also provide additional resources to supplement your discussion. For more information, please contact the rooms of Dr. Arthur Turow on (08) 8236 4179.