Elbow
 

The elbow is the joint between the forearm and the upper arm.

Irritation and inflammation of the nerve (“neuritis”) on the inside portion of the elbow (the ulnar nerve) can lead to elbow pain, and numbness, tingling, and weakness of the involved hand....[Read More]
Ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries can occur in athletes that place a lot of stress on the elbow joint, often while throwing....[Read More]
“Tennis elbow” (also called “lateral epicondylitis” or “lateral elbow tendinopathy”) is a common musculoskeletal condition affecting the outside (lateral) portion of the elbow....[Read More]
“Little League Elbow” is a disorder of the inside portion of the elbow in young athletes....[Read More]
An elbow injury could occur suddenly from a fall or if it is twisted too hard. These injuries are common in football, wrestling, gymnastics, skiing, and many other sports....[Read More]
The biceps muscle helps to flex the elbow and rotate the forearm palm up....[Read More]
 
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