Elbow Pain
Advanced Treatment Strategies

Explore alternatives in cellular therapies to combat elbow pain caused by over-stressing the extensor muscles that lead to tiny tears in key ligaments and joints.

Elbow Pain

Many patients complain of elbow-related conditions, usually caused by over-stressing the extensor muscles that lead to tiny tears in the tendons, ligaments and connective tissues.

This pain can be primarily on the outer aspect (Lateral Epicondylitis or tennis elbow) or on the inner aspect (Medical Epicondylitis or golfer’s elbow, also commonly called machete pain in people who wield a machete in their jobs or professional baseball players who bat continuously). This pain may exacerbate over time.

While sportsmen, especially tennis and baseball players, may be prone to this condition, quite often it may be caused by everyday tasks such as using a screwdriver and pulling weeds in the garden.

Pain-relieving drugs and surgery are two quick fixes often given by medical practitioners, but is this always the right route?

In fact, you do have an alternative in cellular therapies that extract cells from your bone marrow (and/or fat layers) and re-inject the cells back into the affected ligament, tendon or joint.

This is an attractive solution to surgery and can be completed within one medical visit by an accredited doctor.

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Health Score

Our 100-point Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) will determine if Prolotherapy and other cellular treatment plans could alleviate or cure your elbow pain, by targeting joints, ligaments and surrounding muscle groups.
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Our difference lies in offering long-term treatment therapies that encompass preventive medicine, regenerative medicine and healthy nutritional therapies to treat the cause, not the symptoms, of elbow pain

We thrive based on the good results our patients obtain. Our Service is Guaranteed

Prolotherapy pain targeting

Cellular Pain Targeting

Hormone Balancing

Nutritional Counseling

Hybrid therapies are assigned to patients based on their 100-point Health Score.