Elbow Injury in Columbus & New Albany, OH
If you’re in pain from an elbow injury, JIS Orthopedics can help you with same-day or next-day appointments available in New Albany and surrounding counties. JIS Orthopedics’ Board-Certified and Fellowship-Trained Upper Extremity Specialist, Dr. AJ Julka, can treat a wide range of upper extremity conditions and injuries. Dr. Julka is committed to delivering personalized care for your pain to help you regain strength, mobility, and confidence.
Depending on your condition or injury, Dr. Julka will evaluate and develop a plan of care that could include bracing, physical therapy, medication, or surgery. All of the experts at JIS Orthopedics will attempt to treat conditions non-operatively, but surgery can be the best option depending on the patient. If surgery is needed, patients can feel at ease that Dr. Julka is fellowship trained in Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic.
COMMON ELBOW CONDITIONS & TREATMENTS
- Bicep Tendon Tear
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
- Elbow Deformity
- Fractures or Instability
- Golfer’s Elbow
- Ligament Tears/Instability
- LUCL Tear
- MCL Tear
- Nerve Injury or Laceration
- Radial Head Fracture
- Radial Tunnel
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
- Tricep Tendon Tear
- UCL Tears (Tommy John Injury)
- Work-Related Injuries
JIS NON-OPERATIVE TREATMENTS
- Physical Therapy
JIS OPERATIVE TREATMENTS
- Arthroscopic Debridement
- Interpositional Arthroplasty
- Revisions or Re-Do Operations
- Tommy John Surgery (UCL Repair)
- Ulnar Nerve Anterior Transposition
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Although elbow injuries are common, many don’t require surgery.1 Talking with an orthopedic expert can help patients relieve pain as quickly as possible, and coming to see an orthopedic expert sooner rather than later can help avoid surgery. One of the most common injuries is tendonitis, or tennis elbow, which can be a painful condition that occurs by overloading the tendons in the arms with repetitive motion or stress. Despite the name, tennis elbow or tendonitis doesn’t exclude itself to athletes. Any individual can develop symptoms with jobs or activities that require repetitive motions or stress on the area.2
If you want to get back to living your best life without the limits of orthopedic pain, the JIS Orthopedics team of physicians can help you get there.
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1QBE European Operations. Available: https://qbeeurope.com/rehabilitation/injury-skeleton/elbow/#:~:text=Fascinating%20facts,the%20humerus%2C%20hence%20its%20name. Accessed February 18, 2022.
2Mayo Clinic. Available: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tennis-elbow/symptoms-causes/syc-20351987. Accessed February 18, 2022.