Elbow Treatment

  • Elbow Dislocation
  • Golfers Elbow
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Elbow Arthroplasty

An elbow dislocation is an injury that is caused when the bones of the forearm shift out of place compared with the bone of the arm. Thus, the elbow joint becomes dislocated. It's also known as Nursemaid's Elbow or Slipped Elbow in children.

Elbow dislocation is a serious injury and immediate medical attention should be sought for its treatment.

 Cause of Elbow Dislocation 

This injury is most common in very children usually of age 5 or below can be seen in adults too.

The various causes of most elbow dislocations could be (not limited to):

  • Sudden fall over the elbow
  • Elbow twist in an accident
  • Fall on an outstretched arm

Golfer's elbow is a condition that is similar to Tennis elbow. But not just limited to golfers. This condition causes pain in the inner side of elbow where the tissues of the forearm muscles are joining the inside of the tip part of the elbow. The Golfers Elbow pain could also be felt at other parts of the hand like forearm and wrist. 

The uncommon name also includes Pitcher’s elbow, Climber's elbow and Little league elbow.

 Cause of Golfers Elbow

The injury is most commonly found in people playing golf when while swinging the muscles tissues are stretched to stress. Pitchers in sports involving throwing of ball also sometimes develop this kind of injury.

The Tennis elbow is an elbow injury. It is also known as lateral epicondylitis. In this condition, the outer elbow area becomes painful. A normal hand movement becomes restricted and sometimes even a wrist movement causes pain.

Cause of Tennis Elbow

The injury is most commonly found in people playing active sports using racquets which puts tremendous pressure on the back of the elbow. The extensive use of the muscles of the back of the elbow. The elbow muscles thus start giving up causing pain and weakness.

Elbow Arthroplasty is an orthopaedic procedure that is performed when other solutions to get pain relief and improve function in the affected elbow are not providing any relief to the patient. Elbow Arthroplasty is a relatively specialised orthopaedic procedure that uses specific implants to correct the damage and restore the lost elbow function.

Elbow Conditions for Arthroplasty

The below conditions could lead to the Elbow Arthroplasty procedure:

  • Factures, where the joint is damages beyond repair
  • Osteoarthritis conditions
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
  • Infections causing instability

  • Elbow Dislocation
  • Golfers Elbow
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Elbow Arthroplasty

An elbow dislocation is an injury that is caused when the bones of the forearm shift out of place compared with the bone of the arm. Thus, the elbow joint becomes dislocated. It's also known as Nursemaid's Elbow or Slipped Elbow in children.

Elbow dislocation is a serious injury and immediate medical attention should be sought for its treatment.

 Cause of Elbow Dislocation 

This injury is most common in very children usually of age 5 or below can be seen in adults too.

The various causes of most elbow dislocations could be (not limited to):

  • Sudden fall over the elbow
  • Elbow twist in an accident
  • Fall on an outstretched arm

Golfer's elbow is a condition that is similar to Tennis elbow. But not just limited to golfers. This condition causes pain in the inner side of elbow where the tissues of the forearm muscles are joining the inside of the tip part of the elbow. The Golfers Elbow pain could also be felt at other parts of the hand like forearm and wrist. 

The uncommon name also includes Pitcher’s elbow, Climber's elbow and Little league elbow.

 Cause of Golfers Elbow

The injury is most commonly found in people playing golf when while swinging the muscles tissues are stretched to stress. Pitchers in sports involving throwing of ball also sometimes develop this kind of injury.

The Tennis elbow is an elbow injury. It is also known as lateral epicondylitis. In this condition, the outer elbow area becomes painful. A normal hand movement becomes restricted and sometimes even a wrist movement causes pain.

Cause of Tennis Elbow

The injury is most commonly found in people playing active sports using racquets which puts tremendous pressure on the back of the elbow. The extensive use of the muscles of the back of the elbow. The elbow muscles thus start giving up causing pain and weakness.

Elbow Arthroplasty is an orthopaedic procedure that is performed when other solutions to get pain relief and improve function in the affected elbow are not providing any relief to the patient. Elbow Arthroplasty is a relatively specialised orthopaedic procedure that uses specific implants to correct the damage and restore the lost elbow function.

Elbow Conditions for Arthroplasty

The below conditions could lead to the Elbow Arthroplasty procedure:

  • Factures, where the joint is damages beyond repair
  • Osteoarthritis conditions
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
  • Infections causing instability