My son is 16 years old. In early Sept., he hurt his elbow while pitching in his first Fall game. It also hurt a lot to swing a bat. After a physical exam and an MRI, he was diagnosed with a stress fracture of his Olecranon. The doctor - who specializes in elbows and pitching injuries - shut him down from throwing (or hitting or any other activity for that arm) for 8 weeks. On Oct. 25th doctor cleared him to start an 8-week throwing program to gradually work back to full activity. Last week - about 6.5 weeks into the program, he felt some pain in a different spot near his elbow. We can’t get in to see the doctor for another couple of weeks, so in the meantime I thought I’d see if anyone on the forum has thought about what this new problem might be. The red spot in the picture is the original injury; the blue spot is where it hurts now. Thanks.