Elbow common injuries
There are many possible causes of elbow pain, ranging from overuse injuries to arthritis. common causes of elbow pain include: -Tennis elbow: this is a type of overuse injury that affects the tendons in the elbow. It is common in people who play tennis or other racket sports. -Golfer's elbow: this is another type of overuse injury that affects the inner side of the elbow. It is common in people who play golf or other sports that involve repetitive motions of the arm. -Arthritis: this is a condition that can cause pain and inflammation in any joint in the body, including the elbow. -Bursitis: this is a condition that affects the small, fluid-filled sacs that act as cushions between bones and tendons. It can cause pain and swelling in the
There are many potential causes of elbow pain, including overuse, arthritis, bursitis, and tendinitis. Elbow pain can also be caused by a direct blow to the elbow or by repetitive motions that put stress on the elbow joint. In some cases, elbow pain may be due to a condition that affects the nerves or blood vessels in the area. Treatment for elbow pain will depend on the underlying cause.
OpenMRI is a powerful tool for diagnosing elbow injuries, even if it is complex. Our specialists will see detailed images of the elbow joint and surrounding tissues, allowing them to accurately pinpoint the cause of an injury or problem quickly and determine the best course of treatment. MRI can also be used to detect any underlying medical conditions that may be contributing to the injury. By using Open MRI, our MSK experts can provide our patients with an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan that will help them recover quickly and safely from their elbow injury.