A common way that a bicep can rupture is by lifting very heavy objects. One of these injuries could be a tearing sensation on the inside of our elbow, and this could be related to the rupture of the distal biceps tendon.
Medial Epicondylitis or debridement, more commonly known as golfer’s elbow, is a condition in which the tendon attachment at the inside of the elbow for several muscles used to move the hand and wrist becomes inflamed.
The most common source of pain in the elbow is known as Tennis Elbow, or Lateral Epicondylitis. It is related to the attachment point of the muscles that go down into the forearm.
An Ulnar Colleteral Ligament Repair, commonly known as Tommy John surgery, is designed for patients who have suffered severe ulnar collateral ligament injuries and require that functionality for ongoing athletics, typically for overhead or throwing athletes.
One of the most common nerve problems that happen around the elbow and hand is irritation or compression of the nerve on the inside of the elbow. This is known as the ulnar nerve and it is on the medial side (middle) of the elbow.