What causes elbow pain? Elbow pain can be caused by several different factors relating to both injury and degenerative conditions. Some of the most common causes include fractures, sprains, dislocations, tendonitis, arthritis, general overuse, bursitis, tennis elbow and damaged nerves.
At our clinic, we offer regenerative medicine treatment to help relieve your elbow pain and increase range of motion so you can get back to your normal activities. We will take the time to create a customized program that is ideal for your situation, so you can finally get the results you deserve.
Elbow Pain Treatment
We use Wharton’s Jelly-derived mesenchymal cells that promote internal healing and regeneration of damaged tissue for elbow pain relief. These cells are donated after a healthy C-section birth, and there is no harm done to the mother or baby during the collection process.
These cells have the power of youth, meaning they still contain all the crucial components for fast, efficient healing like cytokines, natural growth factors, exosomes, specific proteins and extracellular matrix.
When they are injected into your elbow, they seek out damaged tissue and begin to repair and regenerate, stimulating your body’s own healing response.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection is another regenerative treatment that contains unique blood cell fragments called platelets. Platelets can be obtained from your blood, concentrated, and then injected into your injured elbow joint, ligament, or tendon to accelerate healing. PRP supplies the joint with healing growth factors and other necessary cells, but it also stimulates new collagen and tissue production for smoother movements.
Do you suffer from tennis elbow in Jupiter, Florida? Our doctor is experienced in treating this common injury and others. There’s a misconception that tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow only affects athletes, but anyone who engages in activities that use the repetitive motion of the forearm and wrist can develop this condition.
Tennis elbow refers to chronic pain at the top of your forearm and outside of the elbow. Tennis elbow usually develops slowly. Pain located on the outer portion of the elbow may be sharp and burning. Tennis elbow also causes weakness in the hand of the affected arm. Weak grip strength is usually noticeable when shaking hands, turning a screwdriver, holding a coffee cup, opening doors, or holding gardening tools.
Inner & Outer Elbow Pain
Many people opt for surgery as an elbow pain treatment, which requires you to be hospitalized a few days and a relatively slow recovery.
Our non-surgical cellular regeneration treatments require little to no downtime and no medication, so you can feel confident we aren’t just masking the symptoms.
As your tissue is repaired and regenerated, your pain symptoms will dissipate and you can get back to living your life with the activities you love.
If you are looking for effective and long lasting relief for elbow pain in Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach or any nearby city in South Florida, call our medical clinic today at (561) 235-7247 for a complimentary consultation. Our regenerative therapies support the self-healing process of the elbow joint to reverse disease and suppress inflammatory conditions that can worsen the pain.