There are many culprits that can cause elbow pain.  Luckily, here at McLean County Orthopedics our skilled team of physical therapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and occupational doctors and surgeons will work with you to get back the life you love. Symptoms of elbow pain rely heavily on severity and location of pain/injury and your daily activity. Age also plays a factor in elbow pain. Conditions such as arthritis and nerve entrapment are common after years and years of activity that can lead to elbow inflammation.

The over-use and sports injuries are often caused by damage being done over time. Tennis players, baseball players, and golfers often experience elbow pain due to the repetitive motions used in these sports. Whether you are throwing a pitch or swinging a golf club or tennis racket, these motions can lead to injury. There are several ligaments located in the elbow joint, making strains and sprains two of the most common elbow injuries. Through years of wear and tear on the joints, osteoarthritis can affect the elbow and cause pain and swelling. Common elbow injuries include:

  • Dislocated elbow
  • Fractured elbow
  • Strained/Sprained elbow
  • Bursitis
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Tennis elbow
  • Arthritis
  • Nerve entrapment

Here at McLean County Orthopedics we specialize in elbow pain and elbow injuries. We offer non-invasive treatment options such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy. However, if your shoulder pain or injury requires surgical options, we are here to discuss those with you and determine the best treatment plain available. Our goal is always to help improve your quality of life and minimize your pain. Many times, people who suffer from pain think that they might as well just live with it. Don’t live in pain. Reach out to our professional experts to find we can improve your health, and your life. You can count on us!