If you suffer from chronic elbow pain, you know how challenging it can be to perform even the most basic movements.
At New Hampshire Regenerative Center, we provide non-surgical and drug-free treatments that can help your body resolve your elbow issues so that you can get back to your normal routine.
Don’t let elbow pain stop you from doing the things you love
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Chronic Elbow Pain Relief Treatments
Finding safe and effective ways to relieve elbow pain can be challenging, but we offer a range of different treatments that can help ease your pain and improve your range of motion.
Treatments we provide at our clinic for elbow pain include:
- Trigger point injections
- Joint mobilization
- Laser therapy
- Therapeutic exercises
- Cupping and taping
- Ozone injections
- Functional movement sessions
- Regenerative medicine
These treatments can help to alleviate many of the underlying issues that cause elbow pain by improving blood flow, reducing inflammation, and strengthening or stabilizing weakened joints and muscles.
If you have been looking for relief from your elbow issues without success, feel free to get in touch with us to discuss how our treatments can help.
Treating Golfer’s Elbow & Tennis Elbow
Two of the most common elbow issues are golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow. Golfer’s elbow affects forearm muscles that run from your wrist to the inner part of your elbow.
It’s typically caused by repetitive wrist flexion and twisting your palm in a downward direction.
Tennis elbow affects tendons in your forearm that extend to your wrist and fingers, and the pain is usually felt on the outer part of the elbow.
Tennis elbow is typically caused by repeated contraction of the forearm muscles when you are raising or straightening your hand and wrist.
These conditions are often found in golfers and tennis players. However, you don’t have to play these sports in order to suffer from the condition.
If you experience pain on the inner or outer part of your elbow and it is affecting your quality of life, our treatments can help you find the relief you need. There’s no question that elbow pain can cause serious limitations to your lifestyle. We will work together with you to come up with a treatment plan designed for long-term results.
Advanced Treatment Options for Severe Elbow Injuries & Conditions
Our regenerative medicine treatments have been used to successfully treat severe or chronic elbow conditions as a viable alternative to risky surgeries or pain medication.
They are in the form of injections. They are minimally invasive when compared to surgical procedures. The key is that treat the underlying cause of your pain so you have the opportunity to experience long-term relief.
Here’s some additional information about these regenerative treatments.
Human cellular tissue therapy– We get human cellular tissue from accredited tissue banks after it’s been collected from the Wharton’s Jelly of umbilical cords. The cords are donated by willing mothers after healthy C-section births. They contain copious amounts of healing compounds, including proteins, growth factors, cytokines, lipids, collagen, amino acids, and hyaluronic acid.
PRP therapy– PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma. It is created by spinning a sample of your blood in a centrifuge. As it spins, the red blood cells separate from the platelets. This leaves behind highly concentrated PRP. This platelet-rich plasma contains healing properties that can help your body in the healing process to relieve the underlying cause of your elbow pain.
Exosome therapy– Exosomes are small vesicles that are released by your cells. They act as a connection between all cells, helping to facilitate communication. With exosome therapy, the signaling between your cells can improve. This causes cells to regenerate, reducing inflammation. Even modifying your body’s immune response, in certain cases.
Don’t let painful elbows get in the way of your quality of life and happiness. There are treatments available that are safe and effective and will give you an honest chance at long-lasting pain relief.
To learn more about how we treat elbow pain in Manchester, Nashua, Concord, or any nearby city, call us today at (603) 945-1945 to schedule a free consultation.