Elbow Pain Information Center
Anconeus Epitrochlearis is one of the rare causes of pain experienced in the forearms and elbows along with weakness that can be quite disabling for the individual. Anconeus Epitrochlearis is a pathological condition which is caused by the entrapment and compression of ulnar nerve at the elbow by the anconeus muscle. Know the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of anconeus epitrochlearis.
Elbow joint septic arthritis occurs when there is an infection in the elbow, which results in an inflammatory process in the elbow and causes arthritis. As it is associated with an infection in the elbow joint, it is also called as elbow joint infective arthritis. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment, diagnosis, prognosis and rehab for elbow joint septic arthritis.
Elbow osteoarthritis is a condition that results due to wear and tear of the elbow joint, more commonly with aging or in previously injured elbow joints. Know the causes, signs, symptoms, treatment, surgery, diagnosis and prevention of elbow osteoarthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis of the elbow can be noticed quite frequently in clinical practice. Elbow rheumatoid arthritis can be painful and can cause significant disturbances in performing daily activities. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment, diagnosis of Elbow rheumatoid arthritis.
Fractured elbow affects the pointed part of the elbow joint called olecranon process, which is felt beneath the skin at the elbow. This type of fractured elbow may cause severe pain and may be associated with dislocations. Fractured elbow involving fracture of the long bone of the arm may require surgical correction in some cases. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment, recovery, physical therapy and surgery of fractured elbow.
Gout in elbow is a painful arthritic condition affecting the elbow joint due to excess uric acid in the body, which gets accumulated in the elbow joint. When gout attacks the elbow joint, it causes sudden severe pain in elbow, swelling and sometimes redness around the joints and surrounding tissues. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment, diet and prevention of gout in elbow.
Golfer’s elbow is a type of an injury that happens on the inner tendons of the elbow causing pain on the inner side of the elbow and hand. It usually takes around 3-6 months to attain complete recovery from Golfer’s Elbow. However, if the pain still persists, a surgery might be required to get relief from symptoms.