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The elbow joint is a hinge joint which connects the humerus of the upper arm with the radius and ulna of the forearm. Two main movements at the elbow are bending and straightening of the elbow between the humerus and the ulna. Tennis elbow and golfers elbow are common injuries occurring at the elbow due to overuse.

Therapist testing muscle reflexes around the elbowAbove: Therapist testing muscle reflexes around the elbow

The most common elbow injuries the physiotherapists at see are: Other less common injuries include:

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