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:

  • Arthritis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tennis Elbow also is known as Lateral Epicondylitis
  • Golfer Elbow also is known as Medial Epicondylitis
  • Instability
  • 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.

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How The Two Regenexx® Procedures Work

Stem Cell Treatments

Stem cells have the ability to replicate and develop into healthy new tissue. These cells are stored in your body and poised to leap into action to repair damage. Unfortunately, as you age or get injured, you may not have enough of these cells to fully repair affected areas but Regenexx® stem cell procedures help overcome this challenge.

During your bone marrow aspiration (BMA) your stem cells will be extracted in the on-site laboratory and later the same day a concentrated dose of cells will be injected precisely into the damaged area amplifying  your body’s natural healing mechanisms.

According to the current research stem cells extracted from bone marrow tend to develop into cartilage and bone cells and therefore bone marrow is preferable source of stem cells used in orthopaedic conditions.

Blood Platelet Treatments

Platelets injections stimulate healing by providing important concentrated growth factors from your blood to the site of injury. The concentrated dose of growth factors facilitates the action of your stem cells as they work to repair damaged tissue.

Our advanced platelet products are more pure and concentrated than those created by automated machines.

Platelet procedures are commonly used for soft tissue injuries, mild arthritis and spine conditions. They can be used as a stand alone procedures or in combination  with stem cell procedures.