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Elbow Pain Lifting Objects
I have right elbow pain when lifting or grasping objects. The small bone on inside of elbow is sensitive to touch. I golf 5 times a week.?
Tennis elbow: Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is the most common cause of pain on the outside of your elbow. Golfer's elbow pain is on the inside of your elbow. Both conditions are due to chronic tendinopathy. Treatment is with rest, physical therapy, and Nitric Oxide patches. See link for more info http://www. Nycsportsmed. Com/pdf/nitric%20oxide%20for%20lateral%20epicondylitis. Seneviratne-2.Pdf. ...Read more
It depends: If the pain is medial and goes into your ring and little finger, it's probably cubital tunnel syndrome, which is a pinched nerve on the inside of the elbow. If its the outside of the elbow, it may be tennis elbow syndrome. Both should be treated with rest and anti-inflammatory medication, but if it keeps hurting see a doctor. ...Read more
I have bad elbow pain on my right hand. I can't contract. What can be the cause? Other docs say the jelly like object in my elbow moved and it will take time to heal. What are your thoughts on this?
If you have been: Evaluated by a health care professional and they have told you that you have a bursitis issue in the elbow then that is most likely what you have. Without being able to examine you it is difficult to suggest another diagnosis. Your doctor is most likely correct in his assessment. ...Read more
Stop playing tennis: Elbow pain would usually be caused by repetitive movements of the joint, causing tendonitis (inflammation of the tendon), hence the name, "tennis elbow." so reducing activities that exacerbate or cause pain should eliminate the problem. There are other causes of elbow pain that should be ruled out, if you cannot localize or discover a cause on examination. See your doctor to make sure! ...Read more
Acetaminophen/NSAIDs: Well, that depends on the nature of your pain, i.e., trauma vs. Repetitive stress or overuse injury vs. osteoarthritis. For most MSKL injuries, acetaminophen and/or NSAIDs, alone or in combination, are sufficient to treat your pain. Physical therapy is also an excellent adjunct treatment. However, only an expert evaluation by a physician will allow for a proper diagnosis and plan of care. ...Read more
Depends on specifics: One would need to know more about the reason for your pain. The elbow is a tricky joint. If you recently injured the elbow you might have an undiagnosed radial head fracture as an example. If you have compression of your ulnar nerve that would lead to a whole different type of treatment. If you tore a biceps tendon that would have it's own treatment options etc... ...Read more
Depends what it is: Seeing your doc will help to sort this out. But, it sound like you could have lateral epicondylitis. Hurts with gripping, grabbing, pulling. Sharp and/or dull pain at the lateral elbow. That radiates up into the arm and down into the forearm. Treat with ice, wrist brace and exercise but ultimately may need a cortisone injection. ...Read more
Elbow pain: Discomfort or soreness to varying degrees at the joint that joins the upper arm to the forearm. ...Read more
Probably not: Hard to connect the dots on this one. Maybe just a coincidence. ...Read more
Daily and often: For elbow tendinitis, stretching is the best treatment. It is best to stretch every morning upon waking, when the tendons are the tightest. Then stretch again before every activity that involves the wrist, hands, and fingers. That way, there is less strain on the elbow during activity! ...Read more
I am experiencing elbow pain. The following also describes me: Can't straighten elbow. What should I do?
May have impingement:
If you have swelling redness or pain with that in the area you really should have it looked at to make sure it isn't an infection. Also not being able to straighten it could signal either a bony problem or nerve problem and you should
Likely get an X-ray. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Elbow pain? I've had a pain in my right elbow for over a month and it only hurts when I extend it. It makes a cracking noise when extended?
Not the usual:
Usually not unless it has been complicated by other problems.
The only I could explain this if you bone disease happen when you were younger and we see the sequence.
Unless you had recent injury to the elbow?
Go and have x-ray on the elbow and see.
Good holiday. ...Read more
I have elbow pain which started last night. I was practicing basketball for about an hour then, I was riding my scooter and my elbow just gave out. I?
Question cut off: Please resubmit with more info and include a clear and specific question. ...Read more
See your doctor: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Shoulder and elbow pain can be caused by a lot of things. The pain could be coming from local problems, such as tendonitis, bursitis or arthritis. The pain can also be referred from the neck due to a pinched nerve. Finally, although less likely, it could be due to an inflammatory condition. ...Read more
Tennis elbow: The most common cause of elbow pain when gripping comes from lateral epicondytis or tennis elbow. The pain is on the outside part of the elbow right over the prominent bone than can be easily felt there. Usually goes away on its own but can also take several weeks or even months. Simple stretching can help sometimes an injection can help with the pain. ...Read more
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