Elbow

Mr Soong Chua and his team manage painful and chronic elbow conditions such as osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, tendon ruptures and ulnar nerve compression. Injury, overuse, and age-related wear and tear can all be the cause of elbow related issues. Mr Soong Chua can help no matter how simple or complex you condition is.

Elbow Procedures We Perform

When the tendons that join the forearm muscles on the outside of the elbow become inflamed, tender and painful, this is known as tennis elbow. Tennis elbow is usually caused by overuse and repetitive use of the forearm muscles, and their associated tendons. It can be caused by all racquet sports as...
The biceps muscle is situated at the front of your upper arm. It is attached to your elbow and your shoulder by strong cords of fibrous connective tissue known as tendons. A tear of the biceps tendon is uncommon at the elbow, but when this does occur, it is most often the result of a sudden injury....
Elbow Arthritis can cause pain and stiffness in the elbow which can often be managed non-operatively with activity modification, exercises and the use of pain medication. Movement is more difficult to recover without surgery as there are often osteophytes (bone spurs) present that cause a...
The radial head is the disc shaped part of your elbow joint, which allows rotation of the forearm. Radial Head Replacement may be necessary in the setting of arthritis or more commonly, a severe fracture. In severe radial head fractures, the bone fragments may be too small or too damaged for...

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