Elbow Sprain

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An elbow sprain is a stretch, or a partial or complete tear of the ligaments connecting the bone in the arm, called the humerus, to those in the forearm, called the radius and ulna.

This type of sprain usually occurs from a direct elbow strike, during a tackle while playing a contact sport. A sprain can also occur from a fall on an outstretched arm.

Treatment of elbow sprains consists of Class IV Laser Therapy, management of any biomechanics stresses in the area and exercise rehabilitation to address any weaknesses that can be putting undue stress on the arm. 


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