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Don't Miss! Learn about your non-surgical options for elbow pain and injury.

Join us on Thursday, February 4th at 12:30 PM MT for a free, live webinar hosted by Regenexx founder Dr. Chris Centeno.

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Regenexx provides breakthrough, non-surgical treatments that use your body’s own healing agents to treat and repair injuries including elbow osteoarthritis, golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, UCL tears, and other degenerative problems related to the elbow. Regenexx may be just what you need to treat your pain without surgery!

Join Dr. Chris Centeno THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH at 12:30pm mtn, to understand how Regenexx interventional orthopedic procedures provide a non-surgical option for many suffering from elbow conditions such as tennis & golf elbow and Tommy John/UCL.

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Have you been told that steroid injections or invasive surgery are your only options to treat your elbow pain? Interventional orthopedics provides a non-surgical alternative that uses your own cells to repair the damage..

At Regenexx we invented a new approach to orthopedic care we call Interventional Orthopedics. This approach involves the use of image guidance(flouroscopy and ultrasound) to precisely place high-dose stem cells or plateletsfrom your body directly where they are needed in a specific joint structure. These cells then work in the site of your injury to grow into new, healthy tissue, a process that will only occur if the cells have been placed exactly where they need to go in order to achieve positive outcomes for the patient. This precise approach to orthopedic care can’t be replicated by a surgeon or nurse in a chiropractor’s office. Interventional Orthopedics requires thousands of hours of training following a standardized protocol process to become a licensed Regenexx physician.

The elbow can be the site of pain generation for a number of reasons. The most common is tennis or golfer’s elbow, but other issues such as UCL injury or arthritis also occur. Common surgical interventions lead to considerable downtime. Treating elbow injuries with steroid injections reduces inflammation in the site of an injury and causes the degeneration of cells at the site of the injection and over time actually leads to significant worsening of the condition. In addition, we have little solid scientific evidence that elbow surgery helps, but we do know it’s invasive and has the potential of infection, tissue damage, pain and nerve injury.
Regenexx provides breakthrough, non-surgical treatments that use your body’s own healing agents to treat and repair injuries including elbow osteoarthritis, golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, UCL tears, and other degenerative problems related to the elbow.

If you’re experiencing elbow pain, Regenexx procedures are likely an excellent treatment option. The innovative Regenexx procedures restore elbow function and decrease pain without the need for surgery by regenerating damaged tissue. During these outpatient procedures, our expert physicians use precise image guidance to inject custom concentrations of your body’s natural healing mechanisms into the exact areas of damage to tighten and stabilize your elbow joint for better function and mobility.

Avoid Surgery with Regenexx

You have other options when it comes to treating elbow pain. Interventional orthopedics provides a non-surgical alternative that uses your own cells to repair the damage. It uses precise image-guided injections of your own body’s healing agents that can help repair tissue. Register for our webinar to learn more.

Webinar presenter: Chris Centeno, M.D.
Webinar time: Thursday, February 4th at 12:30 PM MT

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