Elbow, wrist, and hand pain

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Elbow Pain – Princeton Spine & Joint Center Podcast #24

 Welcome to Episode #24 of the Princeton Spine and Joint Center Podcast. In this episode Dr. Scott Curtis, Sports Medicine Director at Princeton Spine and Joint Center, sat down with Dr. Greg Kelley, Princeton Spine & Joint Center’s newest physician. Dr. Kelley joined PS&J Center from the Georgetown Hospital System, where he specialized in musculoskeletal medicine. Scott and Greg had an in-depth conversation about Elbow Pain. They discussed the general approach they take with

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Elbow (Olecranon) Bursitis

Visible swelling of the elbow may be caused by elbow bursitis. It occurs when the bursa located at the tip of the elbow, called the olecranon bursa, becomes inflamed and swollen. Pain and tenderness may or may not accompany the swelling. What Is Elbow Bursitis? The olecranon bursa is a tiny, fluid filled sac located beneath the skin at the elbow’s bony tip. It is named after the olecranon, the rounded end of the forearm’s
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What Is Bursitis?

Swelling and inflammation near a joint may be a sign of bursitis, a condition that involves buildup of liquid and inflammation in a bursa sac that cushions a joint. This condition has earned some interesting names over the years: housemaid’s knee, student’s elbow, and tailor’s bottom, to name a few. What Causes Bursitis? Hip Bursitis Video Simply put, bursitis is the inflammation of a bursa and buildup of fluid in the bursa sac. A bursa is a thin, slippery sac

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Elbow Pain PSJC Podcast 24 Read More

Elbow Pain – Princeton Spine & Joint Center Podcast #24

 Welcome to Episode #24 of the Princeton Spine and Joint Center Podcast. In this episode Dr. Scott Curtis, Sports Medicine Director at Princeton Spine and Joint Center, sat down with Dr. Greg Kelley, Princeton Spine & Joint Center’s newest physician. Dr. Kelley joined PS&J Center from the Georgetown Hospital System, where he specialized in musculoskeletal medicine. Scott and Greg had an in-depth conversation about Elbow Pain. They discussed the general approach they take with

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Facet Joints Video

Watch the video In This Article: Facet Joint Disorders and Back Pain Symptoms and Diagnosis of Facet Joint Problems Treatment Options for Facet Joint Pain Facet Joints Video For more in-depth information on facet joints and osteoarthritis of the spine, watch: Lumbar Osteoarthritis Video on Arthritis-health.com. Video Transcript In order to understand the function of a facet joint, we need to know a little bit more about the anatomy of the spine. Now I am holding here
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Facet Joint Blocks Video

Watch the video Video Transcript A facet joint injection is an injection which you pass a needle to the facet joint. The needle is inserted to the joint and a small amount of lidocaine or another anesthetic agent is introduced along with anti-inflammatory medication. The anti-inflammatory cuts that inflammatory process and decreases the pain. Alternatively, you could do what’s called a facet joint injection not directed at the facet joint, but at the nerve going

What truly sets the Princeton Spine and Joint Center apart is uncompromising dedication to the individual. With principles of respect, excellence, integrity and professionalism, we work with you to diagnose your problem, ease your pain, and help you resume your active, pain-free life.

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