Get relief for elbow and arm pain
Orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine doctors at Ascension sites of care specialize in treating elbow pain and bone fractures in the arm.
Get orthopedic care from doctors who specialize in treating elbow pain and arm injuries. We provide thorough evaluations to find the cause of your pain - from elbow arthritis and bone fractures to overuse injuries from sports or work. We listen to understand you and your health concerns. Then, we work with you to create a care plan that’s right for you.
Overuse injuries that cause elbow pain are often from repetitive movements. Our sports medicine doctors and orthopedic surgeons treat overuse injuries such as tendonitis, or tennis elbow. Sports like tennis, golf and baseball involve arm movements that can wear on the tendons in your elbow. The same can happen at work. Jobs such as plumbing, painting, carpentry and mechanics often involve repetitive arm movements. Orthopedic care teams also provide care for many other conditions, including osteoarthritis, bone fractures and arm weakness.
Our doctors offer surgical and non-surgical treatment options, with minimally invasive techniques when possible, including:
If you’re looking for a second opinion from an orthopedic doctor, we can connect you to the right orthopedic surgeon. Ask if a virtual visit is an option for your second opinion appointment.
A fall or impact injury can break bones and damage tendons. At many of our Ascension orthopedic sites of care, we specialize in surgical care for severe injuries, including compound bone fractures.
Getting the right care at the right time is critical for your health. If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, go directly to the ER or call 911.
Our physical therapists and occupational therapists at Ascension rehabilitation sites of care provide orthopedic rehabilitation. Our care team provides therapy to help you recover from your injury and regain strength in your arm. At our outpatient physical therapy clinics, we provide personalized care for orthopedic and nerve conditions to help you manage your pain and improve your range of motion.