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The elbow is a hinge joint that forms where the humerus, radius and ulnar meet. Like the knee, the main movements that occur at the elbow are bending and straightening. Elbow pain typically refers to any pain felt in or around the elbow, and can extend down into the forearm or up into the biceps/triceps. Range of movement in the elbow joint is important - particularly in a traumatic injury as it can stiffen up quickly. Injuries that occur in the elbow may be due to a traumatic event, overuse, poor workplace setup, frequent repetitive moments involving the hand/wrist, and many other factors.
- Tennis Elbow/Lateral Epicondylitis - find out more
- Golfers Elbow/Medial Epicondylitis - find out more
- Olecranon Bursitis - find out more
- Ulnar nerve entrapment - find out more
- Which scans for elbow pain - find out more
- Do tennis elbow braces help? - find out more
- Can golfers get tennis elbow? - find out more
- Golf and tennis grip size for elbow pain- find out more
- PRP versus cortisone injections- read more
- The role of the radial nerve in lateral elbow pain- find out more
- Workplace modifications to help with your elbow pain- find out more
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