Tag: elbow pain

What is Radial Tunnel Syndrome?

Radial Tunnel Syndrome, also known as Radial Nerve Entrapment, is a condition that occurs when the radial nerve that runs beside the bones and muscle of the forearm and elbow becomes compressed. The increased pressure on the radial nerve can cause pain in the lateral aspect of the elbow, and… Read more »

Swollen, Painful Elbow? It May Be Elbow Bursitis

Elbow Bursitis One of the most common forms of bursitis is known as olecranon bursitis, or elbow bursitis. Swelling in the elbow is typically the first sign that you may be suffering from elbow bursitis. Because no two elbows are alike, our team of board certified and board eligible elbow… Read more »

Pitcher’s Elbow: Symptoms and Treatments

Elbow pain is a fairly common condition among baseball pitchers. Pitcher’s elbow usually presents as pain along the inside part of the elbow during, or after, throwing activity. This injury is usually caused by repetitive motion and stress at the elbow, resulting in pulling and stretching of the tendons and… Read more »

Elbow Instability Causes & Treatment

If you are encountering pain with locking or catching sensations in your elbow, you may be showing signs of elbow instability. Our team of orthopedic specialists will work with you to address your symptoms and create an individualized treatment plan, whether you require surgical or nonsurgical treatment. Our goal is… Read more »

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital tunnel syndrome is a condition that occurs when the ulnar nerve is compressed or pinched at the elbow and functionality of the ulnar nerve becomes disrupted. The ulnar nerve, one of three main nerves in the arm, is susceptible to compression as it passes through many points of the… Read more »

Tennis Elbow Causes and Treatments

At Rebound, we see many patients who seek treatment for overuse injuries, several of which include conditions affecting the tendons and muscles. Tennis elbow is a condition that typically develops from placing stress on the muscles and tendons during sports or activities that involve the use of the forearm and… Read more »