Elbow pain is common in people of all ages, as it is usually caused by injury or repetitive stress and strain. Symptoms of elbow injuries are pain, stiffness, tingling or numbness, pain when gripping or lifting. Common causes of elbow pain include tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, tendon or ligament tears, bursitis, and osteoarthritis.
The upper arm bone, called the humerus, connects to two bones in your forearm, called the ulna and the radius. These bones have cartilage on their ends, and are held in place by ligaments and robust tendons. Elbow pain can be caused by damage to any of these parts of the elbow limiting the use of your arm. There are effective regenerative treatments available that help the elbow heal naturally without surgery or medications. If you are suffering from elbow pain, schedule your appointment with us today–you shouldn’t have to live in pain for another day.