Elbow Surgery for Nerve Entrapment, Tennis Elbow and Other Conditions – Traditional and Minimally Invasive Options for Residents of Houston, TX
There are several types of elbow surgery that can be used to treat arthritis, ulnar nerve entrapment, tennis elbow, tendonitis, and other similar conditions. At Advanced Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine of Houston, Texas, we offer a number of treatments – both surgical and nonsurgical – to help our patients find relief from chronic elbow pain.
Usually, our physicians recommend that patients try several nonsurgical treatments before considering elbow surgery, but we also understand that there are certain situations in which surgery is the most appropriate form of treatment. With a team of board-certified and double-board certified orthopedists who each have their own unique area of specialization, we’re capable of providing patients with the personalized care that they need to recover from their injuries.
Since our founding in 1983, we’ve helped thousands of patients throughout the Houston community find relief from conditions such as:
- Chronic inflammation of the tendons (golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow)
- Ulnar nerve entrapment
When we recommend elbow surgery as part of a patient’s treatment plan, we consider all of the options that can help accelerate the patient’s recovery and enhance their quality of life. We believe in taking the least invasive approach possible, often using arthroscopic techniques for our surgical procedures. However, if evidence-based best practices indicate that traditional elbow surgery is the most appropriate option for a particular patient, our surgeons will make the corresponding recommendation and provide the highest possible caliber of care.
To learn more about elbow surgery at Advanced Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, contact us today. We welcome patients from Houston, TX, and all other surrounding areas.
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What Our Patients Are Saying
Dr. Mills is a great hand specialist. He gets right to the point and is very kind to offer exercises to do to get my full range of motion back.
Advanced Orthopedics & Sports Medicine has, at 76, virtually given me a new lease on being mobile and active. I have seen Dr’s Tanous, Patel, and Cubbage for an assortment of neck, spine and hip problems.
Dr. Patel has been a great Doctor for me. When I was referred to after discussion we decided to do injections in my back.
I have been a patient of Dr. Cubbage for several years. Each time of go there, he always presents a thorough plan of care. From ordering the most appropriate diagnostic tests to making sure you understand
Yes, I would certainly recommend Advanced Orthopedics & Sports Medicine to family & friends.
I would highly recommend Dr. Cubbage if you are having any type of spinal issues. I have seen Dr. Cubbage several times over the last 3 years for lumbar pain and numbness in my left leg.
I just recovered from my 2nd back surgery by Dr. Mohr. I love the people there so much I just went back and saw a shoulder surgeon Dr. Fehsenfeld for cortisone shots.
For the first time in many years and many knee operations on one leg I am without any knee pain. This is a result of a procedure performed by Dr. Patel.
I had been in so much pain with my back for years. It got so bad that I knew I had to do something. I went to Dr Mohr for help. I was so afraid to have spine surgery as I had heard so many horror stories.
Very Knowledgeable and helpful. Went in for an appt. with Dr. Elbaz for tennis elbow. Needed prp injections and they didn’t have an opening til the following week, but since I traveled 2 hrs to their office