Elbow pain could mean a sore elbow when bending, straightening, or lifting. But it can also manifest as tendonitis or arthritis, which can seriously affect your body’s daily function. We can help you get out of pain and get your life back.
To get back to the performance level you’re used to - visit us. We help many patients suffering from mild to severe elbow pain with our innovative regenerative medicine treatments.
Elbow Pain Treatment
Stem cells specialize into other cells your body needs, such as muscle, blood, brain cells, and more. Since they are so diverse, stem cells can help your body to repair and recover from damage. But as you age, so do your stem cells, and their healing ability diminishes.
In our regenerative medicine treatments that involve stem cells, we use Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells (WJ-MSCs). These cells come from umbilical allografts, conducted during C-section births, with the mother’s consent and following strict governmental and medical regulations. WJ-MSCs are exceptionally effective at healing.
We inject young and healthy stem cells into the site of your pain, and they begin the process of repair and rejuvenation immediately. Your body accepts and integrates these cells as if they were its own. With stem cell therapy, you will see long-lasting pain relief. Regenerative medicine is a highly recommended alternative to surgery and pain medication, which can both be risky.
Our regenerative medicine also involves platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. Platelets are a component of your blood. They contain protein and growth factors that accelerate the healing process. And so, we take a sample of your blood, isolate the platelets, and re-inject that into the elbow at the source of pain.
Tennis elbow happens when your tendons are overloaded, usually by repetitive motions of the wrist or arm. The condition got its name due to its occurrence in athletes, but any person who repeatedly simulates the same movements is susceptible to tennis elbow.
Elbow tendon pain occurs primarily where your forearm muscle's tendons attach to the outside of your elbow. You may experience pain in the elbow when you move or even an ache when you are still, and it can spread into the forearm and wrist.
Inner & Outer Elbow Pain
Can you feel three bumps at your elbow joint if you bend your arm? The muscles on the back of your forearm, responsible for curling your wrist backward, are anchored to the outside tendons. The muscles on the inside, responsible for curling your wrist upward, are anchored to the inner tendons. Injuries to the tendons that anchor muscles to the bumps on either side of the elbow are common elbow pain causes.
Is your pain limiting your productivity at work and your participation in activities in your personal life. Don’t let pain hold you back anymore. We have the quick, painless, and effective treatments you need for pain relief.
If you or a loved one are you suffering from elbow pain in Washington, Wentzville, Lake St Charles, Union, Eureka, Pacific, Sullivan, St Clair, Hermann, New Haven or any nearby city, call us today at (636) 239-5252 to schedule a free consultation.