Arm injuries and pain

Treating elbow injuries

Man with elbow pain swinging tennis racket

Our experienced team at Kessler Rehabilitation Center evaluates and treats elbow injuries and pain, minimizing your downtime so you can return to daily activities as quickly and safely as possible.

Elbow injuries are often a result of overuse and repetitive motion or stress.

Kessler Rehabilitation Center provides expert, compassionate care for pain associated with:

  • Bursitis
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Tennis elbow

Regardless of your injury, our team will develop a personalized treatment plan to get you on the road to recovery.

If your symptoms don’t improve within the first 10 days, you should seek care with one of our highly trained clinicians. Our team will develop a personalized treatment plan to get you on the road to recovery.

Arm Injuries We Treat

  • A deductible is the amount you are responsible to pay for medical services before your health insurance begins to pay. If your health plan deductible has not been met, we may be required to collect a portion of that payment at each visit.
  • A copayment is a fixed amount you will pay for medical services at each visit. If your plan has a deductible for therapy services and it has not been met, you will be required to satisfy your deductible before the copayment will apply.
  • Your insurance card likely lists information about your required copayment. You may also find information in your insurance benefit book or your employer’s human resource department. You can also call your insurance company’s customer service department. That number may be listed on the back of your insurance card.  
  • Your copayment amount is based on your contract with your insurance company — usually chosen by you or your employer.
  • Coinsurance is a form of cost sharing that requires you to pay a percentage of your medical services after your deductible has been met. Based on your insurance plan, we may be required to collect a portion of your coinsurance at each visit.
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