Tendonitis (sometimes known as tendinitis) in the tissue connecting the forearm muscle to your elbow is known as Golfer’s Elbow. When this tissue becomes inflamed, it can limit your movement in that arm and cause pain. Similar tendonitis is sometimes called:
Golfer’s Elbow Treatment
There are multiple causes of Golfer’s Elbow and tendonitis, including arthritis, but an injury or repetitive motion are frequent culprits. Orthobiologics Associates can help reduce or eliminate your Golfer’s Elbow.
We will first do a thorough examination to determine the root cause of your symptoms and confirm it is tendonitis. We have safe, effective, and non-surgical treatments that work for many different illnesses.
Our clinics are full-service regenerative medicine facilities with the ability to harvest from many tissues, including bone marrow, fat, and blood. You can trust our trained professionals to determine which resource is appropriate for your condition.
Orthobiologics for 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
We have multiple treatments that may help with your Golfer’s Elbow and speed your recovery. Having various tools at our disposal allows us to help with many symptoms and ensure your best outcome. Contact us today for a consultation to discuss how we can assist with your recovery.