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I was on a week's business trip to London and had severe recurrence of slip disc induced sciatic pain in my left leg. In order to prep for the long return trip back to India the next day, I went for 1 session to One body LDN. Mridul, the physio, did a great job in understanding my problem, the pain areas and providing a deep tissue massage that helped me manage my pain during the return flight. Thanks Mridul and One body LDN!


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Appendix: Key Terms and Concepts for Elbow bursitis

Olecranon: Elbow bursitis refers to inflammation in the olecranon bursa, which is the fluid-filled sac that protects and cushions your elbow joint. The olecranon is the pointy bone in your elbow and can become swollen in severe cases of bursitis, causing a lump to form that juts out from the tip – similar to the cartoon character Popeye’s elbow. Treatment for elbow bursitis may include physical therapy, non-surgical options such as rest and ice, or surgical intervention if necessary.

Arthritis: Elbow bursitis is a condition that causes inflammation of the bursa fluid sacs around the elbow joint. This can be caused by repetitive motions or direct impact to the elbow, and can often be mistaken for arthritis. While they share some symptoms, such as pain and swelling, arthritis is a more systemic inflammatory process that affects multiple joints in the body. Treatment for elbow bursitis may include rest, ice, compression, and elevation of the affected area, as well as medication or physical therapy to manage pain and promote healing.

Olecranon bursitis: Elbow bursitis, also known as olecranon bursitis, is a condition characterized by inflammation of the bursa in the elbow. This can cause swelling and pain in the area, and in severe cases, a lump may form at the tip of the elbow. The condition is commonly seen in people who work in certain occupations such as plumbers or HVAC technicians who frequently lean on their elbows or crawl on their knees. Athletes who perform activities such as long holds of the plank position are also at risk of developing this condition. Infection can also be a cause of olecranon bursitis. Treatment options include physical therapy and non-surgical or surgical methods depending on the severity of the condition.

Corticosteroid: Elbow bursitis is a condition where the bursa, a small sac that contains fluid to cushion the joint, becomes inflamed. The treatment options for elbow bursitis include rest, ice, compression, and elevation. If these treatments do not work after three to six weeks, your healthcare provider might remove the excess fluid around your bursa and give you a corticosteroid injection to reduce inflammation. Corticosteroids are medications commonly used to reduce pain and swelling in patients with elbow bursitis. It is important to note that these injections should be administered by a healthcare professional and only when necessary due to potential side effects.

X-ray: Elbow bursitis is a condition that causes inflammation and swelling of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac located in the elbow joint. To diagnose elbow bursitis, doctors usually listen to your symptoms and examine your elbow. If they want to rule out other causes for the pain in your elbow, they might recommend an x-ray. An x-ray can look for a foreign body or bone spur that could be causing the swelling and inflammation. Bone spurs on the tip of the elbow bone are often found in patients who have had repeated instances of elbow bursitis.

Elbow bursitis can be a painful condition that occurs when the bursa, a fluid-filled sac near the elbow joint, becomes inflamed. If left untreated, it can turn into an infected bursa and cause redness, swelling, tenderness, and pain in the area. An injury or puncture wound in the elbow can lead to bacteria entering the bursa sac and causing an infection. It’s important to seek medical attention if you suspect you have an infected bursa as it may require surgery or antibiotics to treat.

Entire bursa: Elbow bursitis is a condition that occurs when the bursa, which is a fluid-filled sac that cushions the joint, becomes inflamed. In severe cases where medicine and treatment have failed, surgery may be recommended. This involves the removal of the entire bursa, and in some cases, further use of antibiotics may be necessary. The bursa usually grows back normally after several months following surgery. It is essential to consult with a doctor before opting for surgery as it can come with risks and potential complications.

Anti-inflammatory: Elbow bursitis is a condition where the small sacs of fluid in the elbow joint become inflamed. Anti-inflammatory drugs are usually prescribed to reduce inflammation and pain. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen and naproxen are over-the-counter medications that can help relieve pain and inflammation caused by elbow bursitis. Corticosteroid injections may also be considered if

Rheumatoid arthritis: Elbow bursitis is a condition where the bursa sac, which is located between the bone and skin over the elbow joint, becomes inflamed. This condition can be caused by various factors, including rheumatoid arthritis. Individuals with this autoimmune disease have a higher chance of developing popeye’s elbow. Other conditions that may lead to elbow bursitis include gout and kidney failure requiring dialysis. In some cases, the bursa sac may become infected without an obvious injury to the skin. The first symptom of elbow bursitis is often swelling, which can be accompanied by pain and limited mobility of the affected joint.

Nonsurgical treatments: Elbow bursitis can be treated with nonsurgical treatments, which may include rest, ice, compression, and elevation. In addition to these treatments, physical therapy may also be recommended to help strengthen the muscles surrounding the elbow joint. Pain relievers and anti-inflammatory medications may also be prescribed to help manage symptoms.

Specific exercises: Elbow bursitis is a painful condition that is caused by inflammation of the bursa sac in the elbow joint. Specific exercises can help to improve range of motion and reduce pain. These exercises are usually recommended by doctors and can be done at home without any special equipment. It is important to follow the instructions given by the doctor carefully to avoid further injury or aggravation of the condition. In some cases, surgery may be required but even then, specific exercises would be prescribed post-surgery to aid recovery.

Aspiration: Elbow bursitis is a condition in which the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac near the elbow joint, becomes inflamed and painful. In some cases, if non-surgical treatments like rest, ice, and anti-inflammatory medications don’t work after three to six weeks, healthcare providers might remove the excess fluid around your bursa (called aspiration) and give you a corticosteroid injection to reduce inflammation. Aspiration involves taking a sample of fluid from the affected joint using a needle. For post-operative care after bursal excision (bursectomy), physical therapy might be recommended for regaining or maintaining range of motion and strength of the elbow.

Inflamed bursa: Elbow bursitis is a condition in which the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac that cushions the joint, becomes inflamed. This can happen due to overuse, trauma or infection. The pain associated with an inflamed bursa can occur suddenly or gradually over time. Treatment for elbow bursitis typically involves rest and anti-inflammatory medication. In some cases, aspiration may be necessary to remove excess fluid from the affected area. If the bursitis is severe and does not respond to other treatments, surgery may be required to remove the inflamed bursa.

Irritation: Elbow bursitis is a condition characterized by the inflammation of the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac located between the bone and soft tissue in the elbow joint. It can be caused by various factors including trauma, infection, or chronic irritation. To avoid further irritation, people with elbow bursitis should avoid activities that put pressure on their elbows and wear protective gear such as elbow pads. Applying ice to the affected area can also help reduce inflammation and pain.

Type of bursitis: Elbow bursitis is a type of bursitis that occurs when the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac that cushions and lubricates joints, becomes inflamed. This inflammation can cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in the elbow joint. Two-thirds of the cases are nonpeptic bursitis without an infection. However, this type of bursitis is less common than others. Certain occupations such as plumbers or heating and air conditioning technicians who have to crawl on their knees in tight spaces and lean on their elbows are more vulnerable to developing this type of bursitis over several months.

Signs of infection: Elbow bursitis is a condition where the bursae, small fluid-filled sacs that cushion the bones and tendons around the joint, become inflamed. Symptoms of elbow bursitis include pain, swelling, and limited range of motion in the affected joint. In some cases, there may be signs of infection such as warmth and redness at the elbow. It is important to see a doctor if these symptoms persist or worsen. Treatment options can include aspiration, corticosteroid injections, or surgery depending on the severity of the condition.

Ligament: Elbow bursitis is a condition where the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac located near the elbow joint, becomes inflamed. This can be caused by repetitive movements or trauma to the elbow. The inflamed bursa can put pressure on surrounding ligaments and tendons, causing pain and discomfort. Treatment options range from rest and ice to surgery in severe cases. It’s important to seek medical attention if you experience persistent pain or swelling to determine the best course of treatment for your specific case.

Joint structures: Elbow bursitis is a condition where the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac that cushions the joint structures, becomes inflamed. This can cause pain and swelling in the elbow. In severe cases, surgery may be necessary to remove the bursa. However, this procedure does not disturb any muscle, ligament, or joint structures. After surgery, exercises may be recommended to improve range of motion. A splint may also be applied to protect the skin during recovery.

Elbow bursitis is the inflammation of the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac located near the elbow joint. It is typically caused by repetitive motions or prolonged pressure on the elbow, such as leaning on hard surfaces or engaging in activities that involve frequent bending and extending of the elbow joint.

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