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remember the process of rehabilitating an injured elbow involves regaining range of motion (flexibility), strengthening the muscles of the arm and upper-body and improving the way you hold the arm. this will prevent the elbow from injuring itself in the future. it is important to keep this in mind when you go to physical therapy, as they will use different tools and methods to help with the recovery.
the elbow is a complex structure of joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. if you have pain in one of these areas, it is important to treat the area. once you have successfully treated the area, it may take time for the muscles and ligaments to recover and heal. once they have healed, you will be able to return to your previous activities.
the ulna is the bone in the forearm that sticks out farther than the radius. it is the shorter of the 2 bones, and it is connected to the radius by a joint, the elbow. it is also the stronger bone in the forearm. a distal ulnar fracture is a break in the tip of the ulna, just below the elbow joint. it is caused by a forceful twisting or bending motion of the wrist. you may hear the bone crack or crunch.
sports that require lifting a weight with both the arms are very common in school and college. when this happens, the high pressure on the elbows and shoulders can cause a number of injuries, including tennis elbow.
dislocation is when the ball is dislodged from the socket. this is usually caused by a blow to the side of the elbow. the ball can damage the lining of the joint or tear the ligaments. in most cases, the damage is on the lateral side of the elbow. a lateral dislocation of the elbow is more common and may cause more serious injuries.
pain in the elbow is called epicondylitis. it can sometimes be an issue in the main joint, known as lateral epicondylitis, or in the side of the elbow joint, known as medial epicondylitis. generally, the pain is very mild and you wont notice any swelling or bruising.
many people have no symptoms at all. the pain may be dull and aching or sharp and shooting. the pain can spread to other parts of the arm, especially to the other elbow. in most cases the arm will have a weakness, but not a full loss of movement. it is possible for the arm to suddenly become very painful and swollen. if you notice this, it is important to seek medical attention.
elbow tendinitis and tendonitis are terms that describe the inflammation of a tendon. if the tendon is in the joint, it becomes inflamed and causes pain. most tendons in the arm have a small round cross section. if the cross section of a tendon becomes inflamed, it becomes thickened and swollen. it can be painful. most tendinitis affects only one tendon, although it can affect several. tendinitis can occur in many different places in the body and be caused by a number of different factors.
chronic tendinitis is tendinitis that continues for several weeks or months. most people have some form of tendinitis at least once in their lives and it is normal to have some inflammation in your tendon. sometimes, tendinitis will come back later in life, but not always. if tendinitis is chronic, it usually affects the tendon that is in the joint with the body part that is injured. you can get tendinitis in your elbow, ankle, or even wrist.