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Stem Cell Therapy for Elbow Pain in Florence, KY.

Our revolutionary Amniotic Regenerative Cell Therapy procedures treat all the damages and underlying conditions that cause you pain.

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If you suffer from the Following Elbow Conditions; learn more about how Advanced Stem Cell Therapy can help restore your health and reduce your elbow pain!

 

  • Lateral Epicondylitis

  • Golfer’s Elbow

  • Distal Biceps Tendon Partial Tear

 

Stem Cell Therapy for Later Epicondylitis

Lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is one of the most common conditions affecting the elbow. This condition is also usually referred to as lateral elbow damage, archer’s elbow, epitrochlear bursitis and shooter’s elbow. The condition is characterized by small tears in the lateral area of the elbow where tendons secure the bone to the joint. Lateral epicondylitis is prevalent in adults over the age of 30.

Our Advanced Stem Cell Therapy offers real solutions to tennis elbow that goes beyond the capability and risks of surgery and steroid injections to offer you safe, effective treatment that reverses the damaged of tennis elbow and reduces pain. Our non-surgical, non-invasive treatment alternative treats chronic pain right at the site of the condition and regenerates the damaged tendons and joints to relieve pain and stop the progression of the condition.

Stem Cell Therapy for Golfer’s Elbow

Epicondylitis of the elbow or golfer’s elbow is caused by an inflamed tendon on the inner side of the elbow. This tendonitis affects the joints they support and can result in chronic inflammation of the elbow and the muscles and bones in the forearm. Golfer’s elbow is also sometimes referred to as climber’s elbow, little league elbow or pitcher’s elbow.

The damage from golfer’s elbow affects the tendons and muscles that control the fingers and wrist. Golfer’s elbow can be the result of repetitive movements, chronic poor positioning or trauma to the arm or elbow. If you regularly perform activities that involve swinging your arms, gripping tightly with your hands or flexing the muscles in your arms, you may be at risk for the micro tears in the tendons in your elbow that lead to golfer’s elbow. Once these tears occur your body naturally responds by leaving increased calcium deposits and scar tissue at the site of the damage. You don’t have to be an athlete to be at risk for this degenerative disease, damage to the elbow can be sustained from hammering, painting, working on a computer and cooking.

Stem Cell Therapy for Distal Biceps Tendon Partial Tear

Your bicep tendons are vital to the support and function of your shoulder and arm movements. The bicep tendon is located at the end of the bicep and attaches the bicep muscle to the bone and works along with them as a team to stabilize and strengthen the area. When this tendon becomes torn, the result is a loss of strength, limited mobility, and chronic pain. A torn bicep tendon makes movements like facing your palms up or down difficult. Bicep tendon tears can be partial or complete, and the most severe bicep tendon tears can detach completely from the muscle and bone they protect. Distal bicep tendon tears can be the result of direct trauma to the area or strain from forceful bends of the elbow, heavy lifting or heavy resistance.

Distal bicep tendon tears usually occur suddenly and are common among men who are over the age of 30. Smoking cigarettes puts you at a higher risk for distal bicep tendon tears and can restrict the amount of nutrients that reach the distal tendon weakening the muscles and tendons and hindering the healing process. Advanced Stem Cell Therapy work with your immune system to repair the damage to the tendon, muscle, and bone to regenerate the torn area. Advanced Stem Cell Therapy rapidly reduces chronic pain and inflammation of distal bicep tendon tears and focuses on healing and repair.

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