Elbow Pain

Most Common Illness:

  • Tennis Elbow (Lateral joint pain)

Wrist tendon swelling or rupture causing backward bending.

  • Golfer’s Elbow (Medial joint pain)

Elbow pain occurs at bony bump where forearm muscles attach.

  • Olecranon Bursitis

Throbbing ache around your elbow joint

  • Elbow Fractures and Dislocations

Could  be complete or partial, and typically occurs following a trauma, such as a fall or accident.

  • Osteoarthritis of the Elbow

Occurs when the elbow’s cartilage surface is worn out or injured.

  • Ligament Sprains

Injuries to the ligaments surrounding the   elbow joint

  • Tendonitis or Tendinosis

An inflammation of the connective tissue that connects the forearm muscles to the elbow



  • Elbow effusion

A swollen elbow occurs due to too much fluid accumulated around it.

  • Pain

Elbow pain varies in intensity and can be triggered by movement.

  • Muscle Tension

Elbow pain might be represented as muscle tension in the form of muscle knots, or trigger points.

  • Limited Range of Motion

The inability to move your elbow, arm and hand within its  normal range of motion.

  • Radiating Pain

The pain could travel from the elbow to the upper arm or the lower arm

  • Numbness or Tingling

Elbow Injuries cause numbness and tingling in the arm and hand.


Available treatment:

  •  Ultrasound
  • Shockwave  
  • Manual Therapy 
  • Stretching and Flexibility Exercises
  • Strengthening Exercises
  • Body Mechanics Education
  • Activity Modification
  • Functional Training
  • Home Exercise Program