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Doctor insights on: Bilateral Daily Elbow Soreness

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How do you treat elbow soreness?

How do you treat elbow soreness?

Elbow pain: TRY R I C E.- rest ( avoid activities which produces elbow pain ) Ice 4-5 x a day Compression wear a sleeve that is snug but not tight Exercise look up stretches of elbow on goggle and do 2-3 times a day ...Read more

Elbow Pain (Definition)

Discomfort or soreness to varying degrees at the joint that joins the upper ...Read more


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The joints in my left hand are stiff and sore, wrist is also somewhat sore, and shooting pain up to my elbow. Pain is aching, though may burn in am.

The joints in my left hand are stiff and sore, wrist is also somewhat sore, and shooting pain up to my elbow. 
Pain is aching, though may burn in am.

carpel tunnel : It sounds like a repetitive stress injury such as carpel tunnel syndrome. You must ice the area, take nsaids, and avoid the stressful use of that hand. If all else fails, see a hand doctor. ...Read more

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Can a pulled pectoral muscle cause shoulder/neck/jaw pain also hve bad tennis elbow pain on same side breast towards middle also sore on move repi wor?

Can a pulled pectoral muscle cause shoulder/neck/jaw pain also hve bad tennis elbow pain on same side breast towards middle also sore on move repi wor?

Yes: A pulled muscle will affect the adjacent muscles. The muscles that you mention are part of the longitudinal muscle support for your body so when one gets injured the others get strained to make up for the injury. ...Read more

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Small mobile tender mass when leaning on elbow. Is it a cyst causes my elbow pain and how do I fix it?

Small mobile tender mass when leaning on elbow. Is it a cyst causes my elbow pain and how do I fix it?

Olecranon bursitis: The olcranon process is the back of the hunge joint at the elbow. A bursa is a sac that sits over the outside of a joint to cushion the soft tissues from injury. The olecranon bursa can become inflamed, usually from trauma, like leaning a lot on your elbows. An inflamed bursa is called a bursitis. It is often treated with anti-inflammatoies, ace wraps, aspiration of fluid, or a cortisone injection. ...Read more

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Is elbow pain a growing pain? Ive read somewhere its still possible to have growing pains at 17 and i have aching left elbow sometimes

Is elbow pain a growing pain? Ive read somewhere its still possible to have growing pains at 17 and i have aching left elbow sometimes

Probably not: Growing pains are more often in younger children and tend to be in muscles not in joints such as the elbow. You probably have a tendonitis or bursitis. Try some ice and ibuprofen and if symptoms persist see a doctor, ...Read more

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Extreme elbow pain when I extend and then bend it back No trauma to it or strain Did nothing physical to it. hurts before bed also. Sharp and aching?

Elbow pain: Tough to say without an exam. See the Dr. and get a full history and Physical exam of the area. You may have an overuse injury, for example if you play tennis, or golf, or area cashier or do a lot of cleaning (using your arms) and are constantly active. Gout could be possible. With Extreme pain, Have it assessed to get a diagnosis. best wishes. ...Read more

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Elbow pain for over 2 weeks. Xrays neg. Still hurts. Why? Nerve damage? Tissue damage? Swollen and tender. No visible bruise.

Inflammation: Swelling denotes inflammation. X-rays being negative means no fracture and you are too young to have osteoarthritis. The inflammation could be tendonitis, bursitis, or some type of inflammatory arthritis depending on where the swelling is located. See an orthopedic surgeon or a rheumatologist if you have not received a diagnosis and plan at this point. ...Read more

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Sharp elbow pain in both arms. I do daily workout?

Sharp elbow pain in both arms.  I do daily workout?

Tendonitis: You more than likely have tendonitis if both elbows are hurting.In your daily workouts try to avoid( for a couple of weeks) weights that involve holding free or universal wts.Try to avoid using a "power grip". Work out your legs for awhile and do some cardio. Let your elbows rest and try an anti inflammatory ( ibuprofen) medicine. If u don't improve after a few weeks see your pcp. Good luck! ...Read more