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  • Little League Elbow

    This syndrome is characterised by either medial or lateral elbow pain that is commonly found in adolescent baseball pitchers, due to repetitive throwing overhand movements.

  • Nursemaid's Elbow & Radial Head Dislocations

    Nursemaid’s elbow is referred to an injury on the outside of the elbow as a result of swinging a child by their arms or from a sudden jerking of the child’s arm.

  • Triceps Tendinitis (Posterior Tennis Elbow)

    A tendon is a fibrous cord of connective tissue connecting muscle to bone. Overuse of tendons commonly leads to inflammation and swelling, resulting in pain.

  • Olecranon Bursitis

    Olecranon Bursitis is a result of inflammation of the bursa located at the back of the elbow. It is often a result of a traumatic injury or direct blow to the bursa such as falling on a hard surface.

  • Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow)

    The Medial Epicondyle serves as an anchor point for muscles that move the wrist and fingers. It can commonly be overloaded during repetitive sports, resulting in muscle tears, swelling, loss of strength and pain.

  • Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

    The Lateral Epicondyle can commonly be overloaded during repetitive sports and occupational activities. This can result in slight tearing of the muscle, causing swelling, loss of strength and pain.