Elbow joints are especially susceptible to overuse injuries, and problems can lead to severe pain and decreased range of motion.
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Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction:

This Tommy John Surgery reconstructs the UCL using a forearm tendon. The tendon re-creates the damaged ligament and improves elbow joint stability. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras metus nibh, imperdiet id odio ac.

Bicep and Tricep Tendon Tear/Repair:

The biceps and triceps arm tendons connect the biceps and triceps muscles to the scapula (shoulder blades) and elbows. Injury can tear these tendons. With surgery, we can repair or replace the tendon and/or reattach the tendon to the bone.

Loose Bodies, Spurs, and Cartilage Injuries:

A tube-like instrument called an arthroscope helps us see and treat these conditions. Making small incisions less than half an inch wide, our surgeons insert a camera into one incision and small instruments through the others to smooth out irritated areas. This procedure is minimally invasive.

Ulnar Nerve Transposition:

The ulnar nerve is one of three main arm nerves, traveling from your neck into your hand. It can become compressed or irritated with nerve pressure causing numbness or pain in your elbow, hand, wrist, or fingers. During the procedure, we move the nerve to relieve compression or irritation.

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