Elbow pain has a way of impacting just about every aspect of your life, whether it’s exercising, performing everyday tasks around the house, or playing with your children or grandchildren.
At our healthcare clinic, we offer regenerative treatments that can work along with your body’s natural healing process to provide long-term pain relief that helps you regain your quality of life. Schedule a complimentary consultation today to learn more about our non-surgical treatments.
How Does Regenerative Medicine Work to Relieve Long-lasting Pain Relief?
Regenerative medicine helps relieve elbow pain by addressing the underlying cause of your discomfort and not simply covering up or masking the pain with medication. When you rely on medication, the relief you feel will only be temporary, and the pain will always return when the medication wears off. Cell therapy and PRP therapy are non-surgical, minimally invasive ways to ease the pain in your elbows and let you get back to doing the things you love.
Our cell therapy uses regenerative tissue collected from a substance in umbilical cords called Wharton’s Jelly. After a healthy C-section, the tissue is donated by willing mothers who have been carefully screened beforehand. Neither the mother nor baby is harmed throughout the process, and the tissue we collect is highly potent with powerful healing components.
Some of these include:
- Growth factors
- Amino acids
- Hyaluronic acid
PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, is another regenerative treatment we use to help relieve elbow pain. This treatment begins when we take a small sample of your blood and place it in a centrifuge. As it spins, the red blood cells and plasma separate. The resulting plasma is highly concentrated and is injected into your damaged or degraded elbow tissue to help facilitate the healing process.
Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow and Other Common Causes of Elbow Pain
Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are two of the more common causes of elbow pain we see at our healthcare clinic. When you have tennis elbow, it means the tendons in your elbow are overloaded, which typically occurs from overuse or repetitive motions. You don’t need to play tennis to have tennis elbow. The pain from tennis elbow is usually felt on the outside of your elbow and can be relieved with regenerative medicine.
Golfer’s elbow affects the tendons on the inside of your elbow, and like tennis elbow, you don’t need to be a golfer to receive a diagnosis. Golfer’s elbow affects your normal movement and can be relieved with regenerative medicine.
Some of the other common causes of elbow pain we treat with cell therapy or PRP include:
- Sprains and strains
- Elbow dislocation
- Nerve damage
- And more!
If you or a loved one suffer from elbow pain in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Germantown or anywhere in the greater Milwaukee area, call us today at 262-313-8375 to set up a free consultation. We will assess your aching elbows and create a drug-free, non-surgical treatment plan designed to get results.