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Elbow pain can result from a condition that has developed over time, such as osteoarthritis, or from a recent injury, such as a fall. The onset of osteoarthritis, a condition involving the degeneration of joint cartilage, often occurs in people with a history of elbow injuries. The most common cause of pain in the elbow can be related to a recent injury. Elbow injuries commonly occur during:

  • Sports or recreational activities
  • Work-related responsibilities
  • Home improvement projects
  • Falls

Elbow pain can also be caused by overuse. Overuse injuries of the elbow, such as tendonitis, tennis elbow, or golfer’s elbow, lead to inflammation, which can cause considerable pain in the elbow and forearm.

At The Orthopaedic Group, P.C., we understand that pain in the elbow can make everyday activities challenging. Our elbow experts understand that proper diagnosis is paramount in determining the most effective treatment plan for your individual condition. To consult with a specialty-trained elbow doctor at The Orthopaedic Group, P.C., please call(251) 450-2746.

Why Choose The Orthopaedic Group, P.C.?

At The Orthopaedic Group, P.C., our specialty-trained elbow doctors are recognized leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of elbow injuries and conditions. Our specialists have the training, expertise, and experience to assess, diagnose, and treat your injury or condition individually to your needs. To request an appointment online with an elbow doctor at The Orthopaedic Group, P.C., please use the appointment request box or call (251) 450-2746.

Tips for Healthy Joints

As the connections between your bones, your elbow joint will sustain a certain amount of wear and tear as we age. Remaining pain- and arthritis-free requires practicing good elbow joint preservation techniques. The following techniques will help you to treat your elbow joints with care as they age.


Every day, move your elbow joint through its full range of motion to sustain mobility and freedom from pain. Make sure your movements are slow and gentle to avoid injury and be careful not to overextend.


Be sure to extend and flex your elbow joint in the manner for which they are intended. Avoid overextending or stressful positions as well as techniques that could put you at risk for injury.

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Avoid keeping your elbow joint in the same position for a prolonged period of time. This will help to keep your elbow joint from becoming stiff.

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