Elbow Regenerative Medicine

Elbows commonly suffer from overuse and sports injuries. Many elbow conditions can be treated with regenerative therapies.

Tennis elbow (i.e. lateral epicondylitis) is a problem with the tendons at the elbow and has been extensively studied with the evidence showing benefit from platelet rich plasma (PRP). Other similar conditions such as golfer’s elbow (i.e. medial epicondylitis) can benefit from regenerative therapies.

Elbow busitis, also called olectranon bursitis is an inflammatory condition of the bursa, which is a sac overlying the tip of the elbow, and can result in swelling and pain of the elbow. Regenerative therapies may decrease this inflammation, decrease pain and improve your activities.