Your elbow is one of the most critical and active joints in the human body. We treat the full range of elbow injuries and conditions.
Tendonitis, fractures, dislocations, infection and arthritis represent the most common injuries and ailments we treat; however, more complex traumas from sports injuries, work accidents and osteoporosis challenges are routine at the Hand to Shoulder Center.
Our experienced elbow specialists and therapists have the experience needed for accurate diagnosis of elbow injuries, conditions and degenerative disease complications.
Causes of Elbow Injury and Reduction in Mobility
Many things can cause elbow pain and reduce mobility. Among the most common is tendinitis which is an inflammation or injury to the tendons that anchor to bone at the elbow. Generally, tendinitis is a sports related injury often experienced by golfers and tennis players. Repetitive activities that involve the elbow can also result in tendinitis. Other causes of elbow injury include strains, dislocations, sprains, arthritis and bursitis.
The Hand to Shoulder Center offers expert surgical care for every kind of elbow injury. You get the best diagnostic services and cutting-edge medical and surgical care. Hand to Shoulder Center surgeons are specialists in acute injury treatment such as traumatic sports and workplace injuries. Our elbow experts manage chronic conditions associated with arthritis, tendinitis and bursitis as well as complex surgeries like joint replacement.
Hand to Shoulder Center Therapy facilities offer expert rehabilitative care for hand, finger and wrist injuries of all types. Rehabilitation is critical to complete healing from hand injuries and surgical procedures. Our hand therapists are located at therapy centers in Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey making it convenient to your home. Whether you are looking to improve mobility and flexibility as you age, address chronic pain from work or are rehabbing a sports injury to get you back in the game, our therapists are often described as "miracle workers." We appreciate those sentiments but it really boils down to being experienced physiologists who understand the musculoskeletal system and anatomy at the highest level.