- Arm Fracture
- Arm Injury
- Bicep Injury
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
- Elbow Dislocation
- Elbow Injury
- Forearm Fracture
- Hand Tendonitis
- Humerous Fracture
- Medial Collateral Ligament Injury of the Elbow
- Olecranon Bursitis
- Radial Head Subluxation
- Radial Nerve Neuropathy
- Tendinitis of the Elbow
- Tricep Injury
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"Treatment for tendinitis starts with conservative measures, which often are very effective. You can begin with modifying your activity to minimize irritation to the area."
When you come to Baptist Health Orthopedic Care for arm and elbow care, you can expect:
- A personalized treatment plan tailored to your age, lifestyle and expectations.
- Athletic trainers, physicians and surgeons who are highly skilled in all areas of orthopedics and sports medicine.
- The latest treatments and technology in sports medicine and orthopedics.
Who benefits from this program?
We are experienced in treating all types of sports injuries, and care for anyone who may be experiencing arm and elbow problems. From weekend warriors to professional athletes, everyone who walks through our doors can expect highly personalized treatment from our team of sports medicine specialists.
- Elbow Physical Therapy Intro Sequence
- Wrist Flexor Stretch Bent Elbow
- Wrist Extensor Stretch
- Forearm Pronation Supination
- Elbow Flexion with Passive Assistance
- Elbow Extension Stretch Palm Up
- Wrist Flexion with Resistance Band
- Wrist Extension with Resistance Band
- Tricep Extensions with Weight
- Bicep Curl with Weight
PRP injections involve drawing your blood and then isolating the platelets before injecting them back into your damaged tissue. There are growth factors within the platelets that can help the tissue heal. Along with physical therapy, this treatment has been shown to be effective in treating tennis elbow, with more than 80 percent of cases resolving after one injection.
High-resolution ultrasound allows us to give more precise injections to treat your damaged tissue. The ultrasound also helps us see your injury when you are moving your arm and elbow, which is not possible during an MRI.
Research and Education
Our highly skilled physicians remain on the cutting edge of orthopedic research.