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The elbow is a joint in your arm that is designed to bend and pivot. The bending and pivoting action allows for things such as throwing a ball, saluting a veteran, and picking up your child. It’s a boney joint that does not allow for much protection from injury. When the elbow joint or tendons become injured or irritated, the loss of mobility can result in impaired activities in your normal everyday life. At Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin, our physicians treat a wide range of elbow and arm conditions such as cubital tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, elbow fractures, and bursitis.

For more information on elbow conditions and injuries, follow the links on the left.  If you are experiencing elbow pain or discomfort or if an injury has caused loss of function to your elbow, contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our seven orthopedic specialists.