You can now back up your tissues for recovery through regeneration!
Pain is the most frequent complaint for which the humanity have been beating paths to many medical figures from healers and shaman priests to modern practitioners of medicine for centuries… The raison d’etre of pain is, in fact, nothing but an early warning. Pain may make itself known at the touch of a needle on your skin – only for protection.
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The solution to treatment-resistant tennis elbow can only be found through arthroscopic release and epicondyle debridement.
Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) stems from a strain developing at the point of the muscles that provide the hand and fingers with the power to clasp where the conjoined tendon is attached to the bone. The scar tissue formed during the recovery process pertaining to the damage caused by this strain to the bone, tendon and bone-tendon interface may lead to chronic pain.
Non-surgical solutions take the measures necessary to transform the scar into the normal tissue to the maximum extent possible. If such measures do not suffice, the chronically painful process of “enthesopathy” comes into play. The second stage is addressed through attempts at more invasive, scar-dissolving methods including steroids, sound waves, mesotherapy and prolotherapy. On the other hand, if such therapies are not sufficient, recourse may be had to surgical methods, which, in turn, may require irreversible changes to the anatomy.
Arthrospic surgery, however, preserves anatomic structures. The bone-tendon interface as the site of the scar tissue is directly imaged; the excess removed; and the tissues stimulated to allow for recovery and repair.
The patient may start elbow rehabilitation on the same day.
After the treatment, the pain is incrementally reduced to a significant extent.
Please call the office for details.