Elbow disorders are less common than those of the shoulder. However, if they are not treated well, they can lead to significant disabilities, as it is the elbow that allows us to touch our face/body with our hand.
Elbow injuries can affect bones, tendons or ligaments, be traumatic (accident) or degenerative (wear and tear).
Most cases will benefit from conservative treatment, but some chronic or traumatic situations require surgery.
It is the intensity and/or duration of symptoms that leads to seeking adequate treatment.
Dr. Reiland will help you find the cause of the problem and jointly decide on the treatment best suited to your personal situation.