Elbow Pain Stem Cell Therapy

Tennis or gold elbow is a term used to describe severe elbow tendonitis or inflammation caused by overuse of the tendon or a partial tear in the elbow’s connective tissue called tendon, which connects the muscles to the bone. Elbow pain can range from mild to severe and can radiate to the forearm and the hand

The human body has a natural supply of stem cells that can renew themselves and turn into other cells. They leap into action to help heal and repair damaged tissues as it injury or disease occurs. Our body’s supply of stem cells declines as we age, making it harder fully repair injured or damaged tissues. Stem Cell Therapy help enhance potency of our stem cells by aspirating or extracting stem cells from specific area with high volume of stem cells, then concentrating and purifying the cells and re-injecting them into the elbow to trigger the body’s natural healing and regenerative mechanism.

Patients have the option to undergo traditional treatment of rest and taking medicines for temporary pain relief. The alternative option is to have Stem Cell Therapy that will address the cause of elbow pain by initiating the body’s healing process.

Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

The biggest advantage Stem Cell Therapy injection is it’s non-surgical, all natural and offers quicker and easier recovery, with no downtime. Stem Cell Therapy is done on an out-patient basis and patients are up and about within 24 hours. There are patients who are able to do minor physical activities within a week after therapy.

  • Non-surgical, so no complications associated with surgery
  • All natural and comes from patient’s own body, so there is no risk of rejection
  • Stem cells don’t contain steroids and relies on naturally-occurring anti-inflammatory agents, such as cytokines.
  • Stem cells contain growth factors, which stimulate tissue growth.
  • Eliminates use of pain medications
  • Quicker recovery with no downtime
  • Restores ability to do physical activities
  • Improves quality of life

Causes of Elbow Pain

Elbow Pain can be caused by various injuries and degenerative conditions, such as osteoarthritis or tendonitis.

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sports injuries
  • Overuse of tendon
  • Previous elbow surgeries
  • Tendon tears

Surgical Option for Treating Elbow Pain

For severe cases, such as complete tendon tears, surgical intervention may be necessary. While we’ve seen great results with Stem Cell Therapy, it cannot fix everything. Dr. Todd Peters, a highly-experienced board-certified orthopedic spine surgeon in Irvine and Newport Beach, specializes in minimally invasive orthopedic surgery. He has helped patients recover from elbow pain, allowing them to get back to the usual activities they enjoy doing. The surgical options for patients with painful elbow conditions include surgery. However, recent researches show that surgical options are not completely effective and involves months of physical rehabilitation to regain function, mobility and  strength.

Choose a Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon for Stem Cell Therapy

Dr. Todd Peters is a highly-trained and experienced orthopedic surgeon. He has expertise in joint and muscle functions, as well as diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.

For proper treatment and optimal results, accurate diagnosis is important. Dr. Peters offers both minimally invasive surgical procedures and non-surgical treatments for arthritis and tendon tears. He has an extensive experience in using minimally invasive surgical techniques and joint preservation, as well as to stem cell therapy, with successful outcomes.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for You?

If you are suffering from chronic elbow pain, also called Tennis or Golf Elbow, due to injury or degenerative condition, you may be a good candidate for Stem Cell Therapy. Please fill out the form below and submit. We will reply as soon as possible with additional information and next steps to evaluate if Stem Cell Therapy is right for you. You may also contact Dr. Peters’ office at (949) 383-4182 to find out more about Stem Cell Therapy in Irvine, Newport Beach and Orange County.