Elbow Treatment

Tricep Tendon Tears

Tricep Tendon TearsTreatment for Torn Tricep TendonWhat is ACL Preservation Surgery?ACL Preservation, also known as PRESERVE ACL Repair Surgery, is a recently popularized surgical procedure wherein a patient’s torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is attached back to the femur bone. This treatment makes it possible to treat about 30% of ACL injuries in instances where the ligament tears away from
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Biceps Tendon Tears at the Elbow

Biceps Tendon Tears at the ElbowPersonalized Treatment to Restore Strength and Mobility to Your ArmComplete Distal Biceps Tendon Tears The biceps muscle in the arm has a tendon that attaches to the shoulder socket and to the elbow on the bottom end to a bone called the radius. Depending on the location of the biceps tendon tear, patients may experience
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Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow

Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s ElbowGet Back In The Swing Of Things With G2 OrthopedicsWhat is Tennis Elbow? Golfer’s Elbow?Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is an injury to the muscles and tendons on the outside (lateral aspect) of the elbow that usually comes from overuse or repetitive use. It is not just seen in tennis players and occasionally can
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Elbow Treatments

Elbow TreatmentsRelieving Pain and Restoring Function to Get You Back in the Swing of ThingsSurgical And Nonsurgical Elbow TreatmentsTennis and Golfer’s ElbowDespite the name of these conditions, any activity that requires repetitive use of the elbow can cause tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow. Elbow treatments initially involve rest and ice to control the pain followed by a stretching and strengthening
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What causes pain in your biceps?

The biceps tendon attaches from the inside of the shoulder down to the forearm. Patients can have problems at either end of the tendon, causing pain in the biceps.  In the shoulder, tendonitis or tearing of the biceps can occur. This can be treated with a cortisone injection and therapy or arthroscopic surgery to remove the damaged portion of the
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How do you treat tendonitis in the elbow?

Tendonitis of the elbow is very common and can occur on the outside of the elbow (Tennis Elbow) or on the inside (Golfer’s Elbow). Both conditions are overuse conditions and are treated with initial rest, ice, and anti-inflammatory medications, followed by stretching and light strengthening of the forearm. In some cases a cortisone injection may be needed. If symptoms still
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