ONS has transitioned to a new Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system in order to provide the best experience for our patients. This new system, Modernizing Medicine, will allow 24/7 access to schedule appointments, communicate with our care team, pay your bill, and more. Please visit the ONS Patient Portal to learn more.
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The elbow joint links the upper arm bone (humerus) and the two bones of the lower arm (ulna and radius). The elbow joint operates like a door swinging on a hinge. It also performs twisting and rotating motions. The elbow joint is also made up of muscles, nerves and tendons that connect the tissues between muscles and bones.
Learn about the most common elbow problems by clicking on the links below.