Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondiylitis) is a painful condition on the inside of the elbow. The muscles which flex the wrist and fingers attach to the inner bone above the elbow called the medial epicondyle. When golfer’s elbow occurs, this attachment site becomes painful due to repetitive stress on those structures. Although we see this in golfers, it often is encountered in many people who do not play golf. Generally, there are conservative treatments including medications, bracing, exercise, cortisone injections and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) injections which can be prescribed to help relieve the pain. Surgical treatment can be offered if the pain persists.