Elbow Pain

Much like shoulder, foot, and hip pain, there can be a lot of conditions affecting your elbow. Paving the way for injuries are sports with a lot of arm movements, such as baseball, tennis, golf, and other sports.

Conditions easily break down into three categories: one-time, wear-and-tear, and diseases.

X-ray image of a person with elbow pain holding their arm.

One-Time Injuries

One-off injuries and accidents happen out of the blue and can affect your daily life, especially elbow pain. After all, elbows allow us to drive, carry objects, hug, and flex our arms.

One-time injuries can include:

  • Dislocation

  • Fractured bone

  • Strains and sprains


Hinted at above, elbows wear out due to how many functions they perform. Over time, sports, choirs, and other repetitive movements can often break the joint down into dysfunction.

Types of conditions include:

  • Golfer’s elbow

  • Pinched nerves

  • Bursitis

  • Stress fractures


Many times, an underlying disease could be the reason for your sudden or long-term elbow pain. While the disease is often not the only cause, treating it first can quicker recovery if and when possible. However, disease-related pain may never fully disappear, but regular visits to Palm Beach Health Center can help you deal with flair-ups and pain.

Diseases that trigger elbow pain are:

  • Arthritis (RA and OA)

  • Lupus

  • Gout

  • Tick bites (Lyme disease)


Palm Beach Health Center believes in finding cures without the use of medicine. We approach each condition, searching for the source of dysfunction.

The reason we don’t use medication is for the fact that medication isn’t much more than a bandage. By treating the condition instead of the symptoms, we can make you well again.

We may combine several treatment tactics for you with a personalized recovery plan depending on your condition. Our methods of treating shoulder pain are:

Are You Living with Elbow Pain?

If you’re interested in a drug-free treatment for your elbow pain, complete our new patient forms today and schedule your first appointment. We’ll examine your condition one day and begin treating you during your next appointment. Stop waiting and seek the help you need!

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