Don’t let elbow pain limit your daily activities and prevent you from doing what you love. The elbow joint is a crucial part of your arm, responsible for proper hand functioning. At Regenerative Masters, we understand the impact of joint pain on your life and offer full-spectrum healing to treat the root cause of your pain.
While home remedies like heat and ice packs may offer temporary relief, our team of experts specialize in regenerative therapies that provide long-lasting relief from elbow pain. We take a holistic approach, considering you as a complete entity, to ensure that our treatment is organized and effective.
Elbow pain can have various causes, from overuse to serious conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, dislocated elbow, and Panner’s disease. Let us help you identify the symptoms, causes of your pain and treat it so you can get back to living your best life.
Signs of Elbow Pain
- Persistent or recurring pain in the elbow joint.
- Swelling or tenderness around the elbow.
- Stiffness or limited mobility of the elbow joint.
- Numbness or tingling sensation in the fingers or hand.
- Weakness in the grip or difficulty in performing everyday tasks.
- Clicking or popping sound when moving the elbow.
- Pain worsening with movement or exertion of the arm and elbow.
Causes of Elbow Pain
Diagnosis of Elbow Pain
- Perform a physical examination to evaluate the elbow joint, assessing for any signs of swelling, redness, or warmth.
- Review the patient’s medical history, including any past injuries or conditions that may be contributing to the pain.
- Ask the patient about the nature of their pain, including when it started, what activities make it worse or better, and if there is any associated numbness or tingling.
- Order imaging tests, such as X-rays, MRI, or CT scans, to help diagnose underlying conditions such as fractures, arthritis, or joint damage.
- Consider performing nerve conduction tests or electromyography (EMG) to evaluate nerve function and rule out conditions such as cubital tunnel syndrome or radial nerve entrapment.
- Perform a joint aspiration or synovial fluid analysis to evaluate for conditions such as gout or infection.
- Consider referral to a specialist, such as an orthopedic surgeon, rheumatologist, or physical therapist, for further evaluation and treatment.
Find the Cure for Your Elbow Pain at Regenerative Masters
- Personal Training
- Physical therapy
- Sports medicine
- Regenerative and cellular therapy
- Psychological therapy
Why Choose Regenerative Therapy?
- Regenerative therapy can help alleviate chronic joint pain.
- It creates new tissue and reduces inflammation.
- It’s a non-invasive alternative offering long lasting relief.
- It has a shorter recovery time compared to traditional medical procedures.
- It can help expedite the healing process.
- It’s especially beneficial for slow-healing injuries or older patients.
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Our team at Regenerative Masters coordinates care together by holistically approaching treatment and using a synergy of nine treatment disciplines. We provide long-lasting solutions and help in curing chronic conditions.