Our team of elbow experts strive to create an environment that respects individual choice while providing the highest level of care to every patient. There are often multiple options available to treat a diagnosed condition or injury. We work with you to develop the best treatment plan for your unique needs. Our approach is conservative whenever appropriate because we know that often conditions and injuries can be effectively treated without surgery. Whether the best treatment option for you is therapy, injections, bracing, or surgery, our team will support you and your family as we work together to deliver the services you need, when you need them, to promote your recovery.
Tips To Prevent Little Leaguer’s Elbow
Young baseball pitchers and other players who throw a high volume of balls are vulnerable to this painful overuse injury affecting the elbow joint. We have the tips you need to make sure your baseball athlete is playing safely.
How Is Little Leaguer’s Elbow Treated?
As sports grow in popularity and more young athletes focus on a single sport, we are seeing an increase in overuse injuries like Little Leaguer’s elbow. We explain the treatment options for this painful condition.
What Is Little Leaguer’s Elbow?
Our summer season heralds the start of sunny afternoons filled with baseball on backlots and school fields. At Summit, it also marks an increase in the number of young patients complaining of elbow pain. We explain how too much throwing can cause the overuse elbow problem known as Little Leaguer’s elbow.