The elbow is a complex joint consisting of three articulations-
- The radio-capitellar joint
- The ulna-humeral joint
- The proximal radio-ulnar joint
It plays an essential role in daily life facilitating the hand being able to work and function in a sphere and in sporting life it has an important role as a shock absorber.
The elbow joint can suffer from a number of conditions including:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Tendon rupture
- Nerve entrapment
At OTL we aim to provide a comprehensive assessment and management of your elbow condition, exploring all treatment options with you with the aim of restoring function and activity.