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Elbow pain can be caused by a variety of problems.

It can make every day activities difficult, and 

Patients have access to a full range of care for elbow conditions and benefit from our multidisciplinary approach to elbow disorder treatments.

Our affiliated occupational and physical therapists are specially trained in rehabilitation of the shoulder and elbow.

To make an appointment with one of our elbow surgeons or to learn more about our services, centers and treatment options, please call 410-448-6400 or request an appointment online.

Causes of Elbow Pain

Elbow Arthritis

Arthritis is inflammation of the joints, which is the area where two bones meet. It is often treated through lifestyle changes and physical therapy. Learn more about elbow arthritis.

Elbow Contracture

An elbow contracture is when your elbow is stiff. When this affects your ability to perform normal daily tasks, you may need surgery to release pressure on the nerves. Learn more about elbow contracture release.

Elbow Tendonitis

Tendonitis occurs because of inflammation and injury to the tendons, which are soft tissues that attach muscle to bone. This can be treated through rest, hot and cold treatment, over-the-counter pain medicines, or splinting.

Tennis Elbow

When the pain in your elbow is on the outside of your arm, this is called tennis elbow. This can happen because of sports activities and repeated actions not necessarily related to tennis. Learn more about our approaches to treating tennis elbow.

Thrower's Elbow

Thrower's elbow is pain that start at the elbow and extends into the forearm. It is most common for baseball pitchers, but can occur in other sports or activities that require repeated throwing actions. Learn more about how we treat thrower's elbow.

Make an Appointment

Our elbow specialists are ready to help diagnose the cause of your elbow pain and help you find the right treatment. To make an appointment, call 410-448-6400 or request an appointment online.

If You Have a Broken Bone...

Our fracture specialists can assess and treat your injury. And we'll see you within one business day.