Elbow TreatmentMany elbow conditions can be treated through conservative methods, but some may require surgery to effectively relieve pain and restore function to the joint. Your doctor will decide which type of treatment is best for you after a thorough evaluation of your condition. Contact Us Today
Diagnosing and Treating Elbow Conditions in Wayne, Paramus, and Englewood, New Jersey
Whether you want to return to an active lifestyle or simply need proper care for a speedy recovery, elbow injuries can be as inconvenient as they are painful. For comprehensive treatment provided by board-certified medical professionals, look no further than High Mountain Orthopedics. With locations in Wayne, Paramus, and Englewood, New Jersey, high-quality orthopedic care is just a short drive away.
Elbow Conditions and Injuries We Treat
The elbow is a small yet complex joint that we use more often than we think, as it connects the bones in the bottom half of your arm to those in the top half. Because of its unique position and function, it is more likely to experience overuse, which can potentially lead to an array of severe injuries or conditions, many of which are going to requiring orthopedic treatment. With such a high risk of strain and overuse, there are a host of conditions that can manifest after you’ve experienced an elbow injury, including:
Biceps Tendon Rupture
This is often caused after experiencing excessive force suddenly, resulting in the bicep tendon near the elbow tearing.
Caused as a result of repetitive motion, bicep tendonitis is a series of micro-tears throughout the tendon. While muscles can repair micro-tears on their own, the repetitive motion causes tears faster than the muscle can heal, resulting in pain and discomfort.
This condition results in the overuse of the bursae (small, fluid-filled sacs) found on the elbow.
Usually the result of a fall or sudden impact accident, this occurs when the joints surfaces of an elbow are separated from one another.
Elbow fractures are almost always caused by a fall or sudden, forceful impact and can also lead to debilitating pain depending on the severity of the injury.
Medial and Lateral Epicondylitis
Medial epicondylitis, also known as tennis elbow, is the inflammation of the tendons that join forearm muscles to the outside of the elbow. Lateral epicondylitis, or golfer’s elbow, is the inflammation of the tendons that attach the forearm to the elbow.
Elbow Treatments Offered
At High Mountain Orthopedics, our team of medical experts is lead by experienced, board-certified orthopedic surgeons, who will first provide a comprehensive evaluation for your elbow injury or condition before recommending a personalized treatment plan. While milder cases may only require physical therapy, some injuries could require surgery. Either way, High Mountain Orthopedics offers a variety of treatment options to ensure the best possible outcome for each patient, including:
- Fracture or tendon repair surgery
- Total elbow replacement
- Ulnar nerve transposition
- Non-surgical modalities like rest, ice, heat, physical therapy, and medication
- And more…
Schedule an Appointment in Wayne, Paramus, and Englewood, NJ
If you’re seeking treatment for an elbow injury or condition, High Mountain Orthopedics is standing by to help. To learn more or schedule an appointment, contact us today in Wayne, Paramus, or Englewood, NJ.
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