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CONDITIONS TREATED

Tennis elbow surgical treatment

If you have symptoms of Tennis elbow, Dr. Durand offers effective treatments to release your condition.

ProcedureTennis elbow surgical treatment

PROCEDURE

If your symptoms do not respond after 6 to 12 months of nonsurgical treatments, Dr. Durand may recommend surgery.

Most surgical procedures for tennis elbow involve removing diseased muscle and reattaching healthy muscle back to bone.

The right surgical approach for you will depend on a range of factors. These include the scope of your injury, your general health, and your personal needs. Talk with Dr. Durand about the options, discuss the results and any risks associated with this procedure.

Conditions treated:

HOW IS IT DONE

Surgery for tennis elbow removes the damaged tendon to ease pain and help you move your elbow more easily. The surgery can be done in one of two ways: by open surgery or arthroscopy.

You can be awake or asleep during the procedure, depending on the specifics of your case. Either way, you’ll get medicine so you don’t feel pain.

OPEN SURGERY

Dr. Durand makes a cut above the bone on the side of your elbow. Then he removes the damaged piece of tendon and reattaches the healthy part back to the bone. Dr. Durand might also remove a tiny piece of bone in your elbow to improve blood flow and help the area heal faster.

ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY

During this procedure, Dr. Durand makes a few tiny cuts in the skin over your elbow. Very small instruments and a camera go into the holes. He removes the damaged parts of your tendon.

With either type of surgery, the opening is closed with sutures (a row of stitches) or staples. Then it’s covered with a bandage or other dressing. You should be able to go home on the same day as your surgery.

IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING TREATMENT FOR A TENNIS ELBOW CONDITION, DR. DANIEL DURAND WILL GUIDE YOU, FROM CONSULTATION TO RECOVERY, TO THE BEST TENNIS ELBOW DECOMPRESSION PROCEDURES FOR YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS.

POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS

Tennis elbow surgery can have possible complications. They include:

  • Infection
  • Damage to nerves or blood vessels in the elbow
  • Reduced strength or flexibility

Tennis elbow can come back after surgery. Some people will need a second procedure to see an improvement.

RESULTS

Patience is key when recovering from any surgery, and particularly from tennis elbow surgery. People who suffer from tennis elbow are often on-the-go active types, so resting may not come easily. Take it slow, or your recovery may be in jeopardy.

CONTACT US ONLINE TODAY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR TENNIS ELBOW DECOMPRESSION OPTIONS.
DR. DANIEL DURAND HELPS MEN AND WOMEN FROM MONTREAL AREA TO ENJOY A PAIN-FREE LIFE AGAIN THROUGH TENNIS ELBOW DECOMPRESSION PROCEDURE.

GETTING BACK TO THE LIFE YOU LOVE STARTS WITH DETERMINING THE CAUSE OF YOUR DISCOMFORT.

Dr. Durand will take the time to carefully outline the various options available to you along with the benefits and risks associated with each procedure during your comprehensive one-on-one consultation.

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