Inside elbow pain

Medial Elbow Ligament Sprain

Medial Elbow Ligament Sprain

The medial collateral ligament (MCL) of the elbow is situated on the inside of the elbow and helps to provide stability to the joint. Damage to this ligament can occur from a sudden traumatic injury, or from repetitive overuse, for example throwing with poor technique.

Golfers elbow pain

Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s elbow is also known as medial epicondylitis. It causes pain on the inside of the elbow which develops gradually over time. It is sometimes known as thrower’s elbow or little league elbow. On this page: Symptoms Causes & anatomy Treatment & rehabilitation Exercises Golfer’s elbow symptoms The main symptom of medial epicondylitis is pain …

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Elbow Avulsion Fracture

Elbow Avulsion Fracture

Avulsion fracture of the medial epicondyle is when the tendon comes away from the bone and can take part of the bone with it. This elbow injury is more common in children with symptoms similar to a sprain. These can include elbow pain, swelling and reduced ability to move the arm. Read more on avulsion fractures, their symptoms and how to treat them.

Ulna nerve

Ulna Nerve Contusion

Ulna Nerve Contusion

The ulnar nerve runs down the inside of the elbow. If you knock the inside of the elbow, you can hit the ulnar nerve (or funny bone) which causes a numbness or tingling down the forearm into the fourth and fifth fingers. When this nerve becomes trapped or damaged through repetitive strain or a direct impact, it creates this sensation and can cause elbow pain.