Dr. Mark E. Pruzansky
Dr. Jason S. Pruzansky
975 Park Avenue New York, NY 10028

Elbow Conditions

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Do You Have Increasing Pain in Your Elbow or Think You May Have Injured It?

Conditions of the elbow are most commonly due to injury from a blunt force trauma or chronic usage that can cause pain, stiffness, weakness, and a reduced range of motion. As one of the more frequently used joints in daily activities and recreational sports, elbow conditions can be especially painful if left untreated for even small periods of time.

At Handsport Surgery Institute and our affiliated hospitals, Lenox Hill, and Mount Sinai Medical Center, we work with patients to to treat their elbow conditions and improve their quality of life using treatments such as physical therapy, medications, and surgery. With over 40 years of combined experience, Dr. Mark Pruzasky and Dr. Jason Pruzansky have helped thousands of patients struggling with pain or a sudden injury to their upper extremities.

This vast experience in diagnosing properly, and treating a wide variety of elbow conditions, has made Dr. Mark Pruzansky and Dr. Jason Pruzansky two of the leading experts in the field of orthopedic sports medicine. Below you will find more information about common elbow conditions and injuries that they have successfully treated and diagnosed.

Elbow Conditions That Require Treatment

Dr. Mark Pruzansky and Dr. Jason Pruzansky are experienced in diagnosing and treating many elbow conditions. These can include both surgical and nonsurgical options, such as:

Nonsurgical treatments:

  • Physical therapy
  • Anti-inflammatory medication
  • Splinting
  • Sport Technique Education
  • Ergonomic training
  • Cortisone injection

Surgical Treatments:

Get Treated by the Best. Contact us for More Information About Your Elbow Condition

If you have concerns about your elbow following an injury or the sudden onset of elbow pain, stiffness, or swelling, please do not wait to contact a professional. If an elbow injury or condition is left untreated, it may lead to more extensive damage and limit the success of future procedures.