PRP injections for tennis elbow (T.E) pain near me
Tennis elbow is one of the most worldwide conditions that we see in the clinic.
The archetype symptoms of tennis elbow are pain on the outside of the elbow slantingly pain with gripping and lifting. It is moreover very painful if you ‘knock’ the elbow.
Which injections are constructive for the treatment of a T.E?
For t.e. (also known as worldwide extensor tendinopathy or lateral epicondylitis) there is one main treatment options misogynist if symptoms of pain are not improving;
PRP (Platelet-rich plasma) injections.
Consequently, this is one of the main reasons for the rise in popularity of PRP injections as a treatment for tennis elbow, expressly in long term, stubborn cases. PRP is a novel, unscratched and constructive treatment for tennis elbow pain. PRP is when we take thoroughbred from your arm, spin it in a centrifuge to separate the variegated elements within the blood. It separates the thoroughbred into your red blood cells (RBC), white blood cells (WBC) and the “Platelet Rich Plasma” (hence the term PRP).
The main indications to use PRP as a treatment for tennis elbow are;
- If there is significant tendinopathy (also known as degeneration or sometimes described as ‘wear and tear’)
- Or a tear in the tendon.
How does PRP work as a treatment for T.E?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses the body’s own natural healing processes to repair damaged tissue. Platelets are thoroughbred cells that promote thoroughbred clotting and help wounds to heal. PRP contains many proteins tabbed growth factors (more than normal blood) which helps the tendon to heal and consequently reduce your pain.
Does PRP work for tennis elbow pain?
There are multiple trials in the scientific literature that support the use of PRP in chronic cases that have not improved with physiotherapy. It is undisputed that PRP is a promising and unscratched treatment modality for tennis elbow pain, with few side effects and good outcomes.
Many studies demonstrate improved outcomes with PRP when compared to steroid injections, in the medium and long term.
The results of surgery for T.E are unpredictable and vary significantly. PRP should certainly be considered surpassing surgical options are contemplated.
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