Elbow

Elbow conditions vary in severity, however, each condition can be treated, whether that be by surgical or non-surgical methods. Read on to find out more about the different elbow conditions Mr Chua treats.

Elbow Conditions we treat

Arthritis is a general term for pain and stiffness affecting a joint. In the elbow, the most common form of arthritis is rheumatoid arthritis and post-traumatic arthritis. Post-traumatic arthritis develops after an injury such as a fracture or dislocation. The elbow becomes stiff, as the soft...
The ulnar nerve is one of the main nerves in your arm which runs from your neck down into your hand. Ulnar nerve compression occurs when the ulnar nerve in the arm becomes compressed or irritated. It can be constricted beneath the collar bone and the wrist, however, it is most commonly constricted...
Lateral epicondylitis, more commonly known as tennis elbow, is damage to the extensor tendons (common extensor origin) that are attached to the lateral epicondyle, which is the bony bump on the outer (lateral) side of the elbow...
The biceps is a muscle located in your upper arm. It is connected to the bone by three tendons, two at the shoulder and one at the elbow. A distal bicep tendon tear at elbow occurs when the tendon connecting the biceps to the bone is torn or detached from the bone. For information on the...
Medial epicondylitis, more commonly known as 'golfer’s elbow', is damage to the flexor tendons that are attached to the medial epicondyle, which is the bony bump on the inside of the elbow...

Other Conditions

Not sure where to start? Give us a call us on (03) 9038 5200.