Elbow issues are common with sports and work-related injuries, as well as trauma, and in some cases arthritis. While hand and wrist disorders affect our mobility, shoulder and elbow disorders can affect simple day-to-day activities, as well as your ability to work and play. We at Allied Bone and Joint want to restore your life in motion. Elbow conditions commonly seen in both offices include but are not limited to:

  • Fractures/dislocations
  • Lower bicep tear
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Tennis or Golfer’s elbow
  • Arthritis

Many problems related to the elbow are treated with non-surgical approaches such as medications, injections, and therapy. When surgery is indicated, advanced and minimally invasive procedures are performed on an outpatient basis and without a hospital stay in most cases.

Arthroscopic Surgery

Many elbow issues can be addressed with minimally invasive surgery.  Arthroscopic surgery uses microscopic camera and instruments via small incisions made in the elbow. Disorders that can be corrected using a scope include tendon injuries, tennis elbow and joint inflammation.

Joint Replacement Surgery

As with other joints, when the joint cartilage is too severely damaged or worn, often the only treatment remaining is joint replacement surgery.  Severe elbow arthritis can be treated in this way as well.

Wrist and Hand

Your wrist and hands are very important for daily activities, as well as work and play. They are complex structures that are capable of tremendous force, as well as intricate motion and dexterity. We at Allied Bone and Joint want to restore your life in motion. Wrist and hand conditions commonly seen in both offices include but are not limited to:

    • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Sprains
    • Fractures/dislocations
    • Ligament injuries
    • Tendonitis
    • Arthritis