Elbow

Tennis Elbow – Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis Elbow refers to chronic tendon disorganization and dysfunction of the common extensor tendon, a tendon which originates from the lateral aspect of the elbow.

Radial Neuritis

Radial Neuritis is when you experience problems with the radial nerve that controls the movement of the tricep muscles located at the back side of the upper arm.

Ulnar Neuritis

Ulnar neuritis refers to irritation of the ulnar nerve, which passes along the posteromedial aspecit of the elbow.

Triceps Tendinitis

Triceps tendinopathy refers to chronic tendon disorganization and dysfunction of the triceps tendon, a tendon which inserts on the posterior aspect of the elbow.

Golfer’s Elbow – Medial Epicondylitis

Golfers Elbow or Medial epicondylitis refers to chronic tendon disorganization and dysfunction of the common flexor tendon, a tendon which originates from the medial aspect of the elbow.

Bicepital Radial Bursitis

Bicepital Radial Bursitis is a rare condition resulting from chronic bursitis and is often times a result of repetitive trauma and overuse.

Biceps Tenosynovitis

Biceps Tenosynovitis implies degeneration and disorganization of the biceps tendon fibers, typically caused by overuse injuries.  

Biceps Tendinitis

Biceps tendinitis implies degeneration and disorganization of the biceps tendon fibers, typically caused by overuse injuries.  The long head of the biceps (one of the two biceps muscles) is most often the affected portion.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

CRPS is an uncommon form of chronic pain that usually affects an arm or leg. Complex regional pain syndrome typically develops after an injury, surgery, or stroke.