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Elbow & Arm Pain Relief in Bondi Junction

Relief with Chiropractic Care

person having wrist adjustedOveruse, sporting injuries and other forms of trauma can cause pain in the elbow and arm. The health of these structures, which involve bone, ligaments, cartilage, muscles and tendons, can be evaluated at Health Odyssey Chiropractic. Often, those with pain in the arm or elbow can have conditions such as posterior impingement syndrome, osteochondritis and little league elbow.

  • Posterior Impingement Syndrome: A repetitive extension of the elbow causes compression which leads to bony outgrowths and inflammation. This syndrome is characterised by sharp posterior elbow pain, particularly when the elbow is extended quickly. Popping and clicking sounds may be associated as well as locking of the elbow.
  • Osteochondritis (Capitellum): A degeneration from lack of blood supply (avascular necrosis) in the bone from trauma and other mechanisms causes osteochondritis. It generally occurs in young males who experience lateral elbow pain and stiffness, possibly with clicking sounds.
  • Little League Elbow: A chronic overload can stretch the elbow’s inside structures and compress the structures on the outside. It’s caused by repetitive throwing actions and results in pain on in the inside and outside of the elbow.


Area of Pain Structure Traumatic Injury Chronic Overuse Injury
1 Olecronan and insertion of Triceps muscle. Olecronan Fracture, Olecronan Bursitis. Triceps Tendonitis, Posterior Impingement Syndrome.
2 Lateral Epicondyle of Humerus, Wrist Extensor muscles. Supracondylar Fracture. Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow).
3 Head of Radius Bone and Capitellum. Radial head fracture or dislocation. Radial head subluxation, Osteochondritis Dessicans of Capitellum.
4 Supinator muscle and Radius Bone. Radius fracture. Supinator Syndrome, Posterior Interosseous nerve Syndrome.
5 Ulnar nerve. Damaged ulnar nerve due to fracture. Ulnar Neuritis, subluxating Ulnar nerve.
6 Medial Epicondyle of Humerus, Wrist Flexor muscles. Supracondylar Humerus fracture, Ulnar Collateral Ligament Sprain. Medial Epicondylitis (Golfers Elbow), Little Leaguers Elbow.
7 Ulnar Collateral Ligament of Elbow. Collateral ligament Sprain. Collateral Ligament Sprain.
8 Wrist Flexor muscles. Contusion. Flexor Tendonitis.
9 Biceps tendon insertion. Avulsion of Biceps muscle. Biceps muscle strain.
10 Pronator Teres muscle. Contusion Pronator Teres syndrome.

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Elbow & Arm Pain Relief Bondi Junction NSW | (02) 9389 7800