Elbow (Olecranon) Bursitis or Popeye Elbow

Elbow (Olecranon) Bursitis or Popeye Elbow

The elbow allows us the capability to perform numerous movements, such as lifting and throwing. The elbow is considered to be a complex joint; that is, it is formed by three distinct bones. These are the radius, the ulna, and the humerus. Each has a certain amount of...
Tennis Elbow. Is it Causing Problems?

Tennis Elbow. Is it Causing Problems?

Tennis elbow is a common overuse condition that results from the tendons in the elbow being overloaded as a result of repetitive motions involving the hand, arm and/or the wrist. Tennis elbow, which is professionally referred to as “lateral epicondylitis”, is a...
Tennis Elbow… Not Just For Tennis Players

Tennis Elbow… Not Just For Tennis Players

The painful condition lateral epicondylitis is better known as tennis elbow. The term describes the outcome of constantly moving the arm and wrist in the same way. Tendons from forearm muscles that attach to the humerus, a bony bit outside the elbow, are eventually...