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Elbow PainElbow pain has many causes and risk factors, such as joint overuse and placing too much stress on the joint at any given time. Diagnosis may require X-rays, bone scans, MRIs, angiograms, and/or joint aspiration. Treatment of elbow pain depends upon the cause.
Repetitive Motion InjuriesRepetitive motion injuries are among the most common injuries in the United States. They include tendinitis, carpal tunnel, bursitis of the joints, and others. Exercises, NSAIDs, and cortisone injections are some of the treatments for repetitive motion injuries.
Sprains and StrainsAn injury to a ligament is called a sprain, while an injury to a muscle or tendon is called a strain. Symptoms and signs include pain, swelling, bruising, and decreased range of motion. Rest, ice, compression, and elevation of the injury is the standard treatment for sprains and strains.
Tendinitis HealthTendinitis (sometimes spelled "tendonitis") is inflammation of the tendon, commonly in the wrist, knee, or elbow. Overuse and repetitive motion are common causes. Symptoms and signs include pain and swelling. Treatment incorporates rest, icing and elevating the affected area, and taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications.
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