We’re pleased to say that we’ll be exhibiting at the Get Well Show in February. The Get Well Show is a fantastic showcase of innovative and proven therapies, held at Olympia in London. If you’re going to be visiting the show, we’ll be at stand 182 – make sure you come and have a chat with us.
Regenexx® Procedures for Elbow Conditions
Using Regennexx stem cell & platelet-rich plasma procedures we are able to treat the most common of painful elbow conditions including stem cell treatment for osteoarthritis and the following:
- Tennis Elbow also is known as Lateral Epicondylitis
- Golfer Elbow also is known as Medial Epicondylitis
- Ulnar Nerve Entrapment
Success rate will depend on how far along the injury is. The majority of all elbow conditions will be treated with platelet-rich plasma injections which provide the simplest of elbow treatments and the most success rate. For more information about stem cell elbow injections, please get in touch.
How The Two Regenexx® Procedures Work
Elbow Stem Cell Treatments
The elbow can be a source of pain for a number of reasons, tennis elbow being one of the most common. Our procedures can decrease this pain and help restore function without the need for surgery by regenerating damaged tissue.
This is achieved through placing high-dose stem cells from your body directly into the affected area of the elbow joint, for them to then grow into new, healthy tissues. Receiving this treatment under precise imaging guidance can make a big difference as we are able to visualise the precise areas where the cells need to be placed.
Elbow Blood Platelet Treatments
Blood platelet treatment may help alleviate conditions in the elbow if they are tissue related. This is achieved through the combination of modern technologies with the body’s natural healing abilities to accelerate the healing process.
Our advanced platelet products are much purer and more concentrated than equivalents made by automated machines. Our blood platelet elbow treatments can be undertaken relatively quickly and be used as a stand-alone procedure or in combination with other stem cell treatments.