Pain In The Area Of the Elbow To The Upper Arm?
Thank you for the question.
Pain around the elbow to the upper arm can originate from joint disorders, can or not. Some types of joint disorders that can trigger pain like this are rheumatoid arthritis, gout arthritis, joint dislocation, and so on. As for other factors, such as tendonitis, fractures or broken bones, nerve clamps, tumors or infections that urge nerves, viral or bacterial infections, psychological disorders, post-injury, metabolic disorders, and so on can also cause pain as you experience today.
Our advice, if this pain has been going on for weeks and is limiting your activities, immediately check with your doctor or neurologist. If necessary, the doctor can direct you to undergo an x-ray examination, CT scan, and so on in order to give you the best management.
In the meantime, the pain that appears can be relieved first by:
Compress warm or cold areas that are painful, and apply pain relief creams in those areas
Do not massage carelessly the area of pain
Regularly exercise at least 30 minutes a day, especially sports to stretch the muscles around the elbows and arms, such as swimming or yoga
Don't overload heavy loads with your elbows up to your arms
Do not smoke
Don't just take any medicine
Hope this helps ...