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Get the right treatment for your elbow pain Every Time

Instead of your diagnosis relying solely on what a therapist FEELS… ultrasound imaging can allows our therapists to SEE the cause of your elbow pain

With an accurate diagnosis, our therapists can recommend you the proper treatment…. rather that’s physical therapy with us or if you would be better served seeing a elbow surgeon elsewhere

Streamlining your imaging and treatment in one clinic means fewer doctors visits (and co-pays) for you and your family

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Our Experienced Team

Can Treat a Wide Variety of Elbow Pain Conditions

Elbow Arthritis

Elbow arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation and pain in the elbow joint as a result of cartilage breakdown.

Physical therapy can help manage elbow arthritis symptoms by improving joint mobility, reducing pain, and strengthening the muscles around the joint to provide better support and stability.

Tendinitis (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Individuals struggling with pinpoint pain on the outer or inner portion of the elbow often have a condition known as epicondylitis.

The attachment point of the forearm muscles to the elbow is a common site for inflammation to develop.

Our staff can reduce inflammation, break up scar tissue and improve elbow mechanics to get you back to enjoying your active lifestyle.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Depending on your insurance, the average cost you can expect to pay for an ultrasound is between $0 – $65. (about the same price as an X-ray!)

Soft tissue injuries are frequently evaluated using MSK (musculoskeletal) diagnostic ultrasonography. Soft tissue injuries that can be detected using MSK diagnostic ultrasonography include:

  • Forearm and elbow muscle tears
  • Elbow ligament sprains or tears
  • Tendinitis or tendinosis (damage to a tendon)
  • Elbow Bursitis (inflammation of a fluid-filled sac called bursa)
  • Joint effusion (accumulation of fluid in a joint)

When you go see a physical therapist for a rotator cuff ailment, the first thing the therapist will do is perform a hands on examination of your elbow.

Each physical therapist has a different way that they perform their exam, but mostly it will be a variation of moving and feeling your elbow.

Without imaging to diagnose the health of your elbow and forearm muscles, a physical therapist has to rely solely on their intuition to take a “best guess”.

Receiving treatment with a true diagnosis of your elbow pain can lead to several problems:

  1. Fair chance of getting your elbow condition misdiagnosed
  2. Possibly spending weeks in therapy and later learning you needed elbow ligament surgery the entire time
  3. Not receiving the proper therapy for your elbow condition
  4. Further aggravating a condition such as a ligament or tendon tear

Getting a low cost ultrasound at the beginning of your care can help you avoid these issues and help you receive the proper care.

No, physical therapy and ultrasound does not require a doctors referral in the state of Arizona (unless you have medicaid or AHCCCS, then you will need to jump through the hoop of getting a doctor referral in order to see us)