If elbow and wrist pain make it challenging to perform basic daily tasks, our regenerative medicine treatments may be able to help you find the relief you have been looking for.
Are suffering from chronic elbow pain? Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow?
Looking for an alternative to surgery?
It’s no secret that we use the muscles and tendons in our elbows and wrists hundreds of times per day and if you experience chronic pain, it can make everyday life more challenging than it needs to be.
Long-lasting Pain Relief for Sore Elbows
PRP therapy and human cellular tissue treatment are both safe and effective ways to relieve elbow pain.
If you have trouble bending your arms or it hurts when you try to lift everyday objects then it’s important to take some sort of action and find a solution that works.
PRP therapy consists of injections of highly concentrated platelet-rich plasma into your damaged elbow tissue.
PRP is made when we place a sample of your blood into a centrifuge to spin. This action separates the platelets and the red blood cells leaving behind PRP to use for the treatment.
Our regenerative medicine treatments are effective for all different types of elbow pain including golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow. Golfer’s elbow refers to pain on the inside of your elbow while tennis elbow is characterized by pain on the outside of the elbow.
You don’t have to play golf or tennis in order to suffer from these conditions, but you can find non-surgical relief with either one of our regenerative treatments.
Treating Wrist Pain with Regenerative Medicine
Human cellular tissue treatment and PRP therapy are also effective at treating various wrist conditions.
Human cellular tissue treatments consist of injections into the damaged area that can help your body’s own healing process resolve the underlying cause of the pain.
These injections contain powerful healing properties that include:
- Hyaluronic acid
- Growth factors
- Amino acids
One of the most common forms of wrist pain is carpal tunnel, which can be debilitating for anyone that needs to utilize their wrists on a regular basis. The carpal tunnel is on the palm side of your hand and is a narrow passageway that’s surrounded by ligaments and bone. When the nerve is compressed, you may experience a range of symptoms like pain, tingling, weakness or numbness.
If you or a loved one suffer with elbow or wrist pain in Augusta, Evans, Martinez or any nearby area, call us today at (706) 860-3355 to book a free consultation. We will assess your condition and come up with a treatment plan that makes sense.