I had a similar damage (at job) to my elbow mostly, but to my shoulder and wrist, too.
The only thing is that my damage comes from "repeated" movement... my right arms was used to be forced to "close" (wrist to the shoulder) all day long, five days a week and after some years of use the pain was starting to began serious.
Now, after a couple of years of a different move my arm seems feeling better... wearing an arm band it allows me to play volleyball and ride my bike down a hill.
Oh yes, at job I got a back disc "bulging" , too, but - of course - this isn't a problem in disc golf...
Now the question is: do you think that the throwing movement will start back the pain in my elbow, generated from the opposite movement??P.S.
Sorry if some of the terms will be incorrect, but this is the first time I try to speak about medical/physical problems in your language.
Bye for now