Elbow conditions, such as tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow, can significantly impede daily activities and hinder performance in sports or work-related tasks. Traditional treatments like rest, physical therapy, or anti-inflammatory medications may offer relief, but regenerative therapies have emerged as promising alternatives. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), stem cell therapy, and platelet-derived growth factors (PDGF) have shown encouraging results in treating these conditions. PRP injections, containing concentrated platelets and growth factors from the patient’s own blood, stimulate tissue repair and regeneration. Stem cell therapy harnesses the body’s natural healing abilities by introducing stem cells to promote tissue regeneration. PDGF, a key component of PRP, further enhances healing processes. These regenerative therapies offer the advantage of addressing the underlying cause of the condition and promoting tissue repair, leading to improved outcomes and faster recovery times for individuals suffering from elbow conditions.

 Additionally, the use of regenerative therapies like PRP, stem cells, and PDGF offers a non-invasive alternative to surgery for elbow conditions. By promoting tissue repair and regeneration, these therapies can often defer the need for surgical interventions, providing patients with a less invasive and potentially more effective treatment option. Avoiding surgery not only reduces the associated risks and complications but also minimizes downtime and rehabilitation periods, allowing individuals to return to their regular activities sooner. Furthermore, regenerative therapies may offer long-term benefits by addressing the root cause of the condition, potentially preventing recurrence and promoting overall joint health. As a result, these innovative treatments present a promising avenue for individuals seeking relief from elbow conditions without undergoing invasive surgical procedures.

Elbow conditions

Elbow conditions which can be treated with MFAT and PRP therapy include:

Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)

Golfers elbow (medial epicondylitis)

Elbow Ligament strains and tears


Elbow instability

Muscle tears and strains around the elbow

Ulnar tunnel syndrome (ulnar nerve entrapment)

Patient Stories

Our patients visit the clinic for various reasons, read their success stories.

Mr Attar has given me my life back. I had a total knee replacement back in October 2018 and I can honestly say its the best decision I have ever made. I was extremely apprehensive about the operation but Mr Attar went through step by step about what would happen both pre and post operation. My mobility has improved from being able to only walk a short distance to completing a 6 mile hike in the Lake District.

Cameron Williamson

London, United Kingdom

From my first meeting with Mr Attar I found him to be professional, courteous, friendly and very easy to talk to. This was my second knee replacement, the first performed by another surgeon, from the time the anaesthetic wore off I knew this was going to be a much easier recovery and it has proved exactly that. From pre-op through admission to my post op visit Mr Attar has been excellent

Jacob Jones

Auckland, New Zealand

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