Non-Surgical Treatment for Golfer’s & Tennis Elbow

What is Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow?

Tendonitis (sometimes known as tendinitis) in the tissue connecting the forearm muscle to your inner elbow is known as Golfer’s Elbow. When this tissue becomes inflamed, it can limit your movement in that arm and cause pain.

Tennis Elbow is the same thing but in the tendon on the outside elbow.

Similar tendonitis is sometimes called:


Swimmer's Shoulder


Jumper's Knee


Pitcher's Shoulder.

Pitcher's Shoulder
Golfer’s Elbow Treatment

Non-Surgical Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow Treatment

Both Golfer’s and Tennis elbow have several potential causes, including arthritis and improper lifting technique. However, repetitive movements and injuries are common culprits. At Orthobiologics Associates, we can help decrease or even eliminate your discomfort using a variety of non-surgical golfer’s and tennis elbow pain treatments.

We’ll begin by performing a thorough examination to identify the underlying cause of your symptoms and confirm that tendonitis is indeed the culprit. We’ll then determine which of our tennis or golfer’s elbow pain relief treatments are most appropriate for your condition.

Our orthobiologic therapy facilities are full-service regenerative medicine clinics capable of harvesting therapeutic cells from several tissues, including blood, fat, and bone marrow. You can rely on our trained professionals to determine which acute or chronic medial epicondylitis treatment is most appropriate for your condition.

Orthobiologics for Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow

Our Cell Therapy Ortho-Biologics is a non-surgical procedure that can be completed in our office. It offers superior advantages over surgery, including avoiding painful and lengthy recovery periods that are usually required to restore mobility, strength, and range of motion.

Cell Therapy Ortho-Biologics leverages natural regenerative healing to treat pain and mobility issues. Many patients experience results within weeks, though full recovery may take up to a year. The outcome will vary depending on the severity of your problem.

We stimulate regeneration and healing by introducing natural stem cells into the affected areas. This safe and effective procedure is quick, painless, and minimally invasive. Most patients report returning to normal daily activities within 24-48 hours.

Golfers Elbow Treatments

Proper bracing can help decrease tendonitis pain, expedite healing, and may even help you avoid other treatments such as surgery. Whether you have acute or chronic discomfort, a professionally fitted brace may help you recover by preventing further tissue damage. We carry premium-quality bracing equipment in our clinics and, when indicated for your condition, can equip you with a brace that’s customized for your ailment and lifestyle.

At Orthobiologics Associates, we specialize in multiple treatments that may help speed your recovery from golfer’s elbow. Our collection of proprietary therapies not only allows us to help alleviate your painful symptoms but also ensure your best treatment outcome. Please contact us today to learn more about how our unique holistic treatments can assist with your recovery.

Nutritional Counseling

Our nutritional counseling services may also help decrease tendonitis pain and inflammation, as well as joint pain and stress. Our dietetic specialists will evaluate your laboratory values and unique needs to design a nutrition plan specifically formulated to help you achieve your goals.

As you move through your healing journey, our team will support you every step of the way. It’s true that “you are what you eat” — the nutrients you consume comprise part of every cell in your body. Our nutritional counseling experts will teach you how to achieve and maintain good health, while overcoming challenges, such as medial epicondylitis, that may be exacerbated by improper diet.

Tennis Elbow & Golfer’s Elbow Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis Elbow is when the tendon called the “common extensor tendon” is inflamed or strained, causing pain in the outer elbow with things like gripping, lifting, or repetitive movements. It’s also called “Lateral Epicondylitis”

How do Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow happen?

They usually happen due to repetitive use, often when our jobs require a lot of hand work such as hammering.

What can Orthobiologics Associates do to help me treat my elbow pain?

Orthobiologics Associates  uses regenerative medicine that avoids the nasty side effects of surgeries and drugs, boosting your body’s natural abilities to heal. This is done through things like stem cell therapy and physical rehabilitation. Contact us to find out more!