This can be caused by repetitive motion of hands such as swinging a hammer everyday. It can cause pain along the inside of the elbow and is especially noticed with wrist movements.
This is also called as student’s elbow. This maybe caused by a blow to the elbow for a prolonged time of period. The symptoms of this include pain, swelling and trouble moving the elbow. For infected conditions there may be redness and warmth.
Osteoarthritis is a common type of joint disorder and affects mostly the elderly. Symptoms include stiffening or hardening of joints or rubbing/crackling sound when moving a joint. The pain is more pronounced when you put weight or pressure on the joint.
Dislocation or Fracture of the Elbow
Dislocation occurs when there is complete/partial separation of joint surfaces in the elbow. A fractured elbow refers to breaking of the bones in the elbow as well as tearing of the ligaments and muscles. Common causes for this include fall with an outstretched arm, due to rough activity, direct impact to the elbow or a twisting injury.