Wrist pain is one of those injuries that interrupts a person’s life because without the use of hands, having fun and engaging in physical activities is painful and just not possible to enjoy. Fortunately, there is a therapy available that does not involve surgery or medication. Stem cell and PRP injection therapy may improve conditions that involve the wrist.
Some of the common wrist injuries include:
- Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Thumb Sprain
- De Queryain’s Tenosynovitis
- Ligament Sprain on the Wrist
- Hand/Finger Arthritis
- Wrist Arthritis
Depending on your condition, there may be no need for surgery or steroid injections to improve hand or wrist injuries. Instead, therapy can be administered through a non-invasive solution that can help you avoid loads of medication and an ugly brace or wrap. That solution is regenerative medicine therapy or PRP injection therapy, which can provide therapy without scaring or lengthy recovery time. Patients may need physical therapy after or during injection therapy to fully regain movement in your wrist and hand, but you will not have a scar.
With regenerative medicine, the focus is on the root of the pain in the wrist and hand. By improving the root cause of injuries, we are able to reduce recovery times and improve functionality in the wrist, hand, and fingers. The brilliance of regenerative medicine and PRP injection therapy is that it utilizes regenerative properties from the patient’s body to expedite the healing process.
Wrist injuries can occur at any time during life. However, common situations for wrist injuries are during work, while playing sports, or falling down. In fact, wrist injuries most commonly occur to athletes regardless if the sport is a contact or non-contact sport. Depending on the severity of the wrist injury, regenerative medicine therapy and PRP injections can help improve wrist injuries that involve muscle, ligament, and tendon problems.
Regenerative medicine focuses on therapy that is non-invasive and works to improve functionality while regenerating soft tissue in the injured areas. Stem cell therapy and PRP injections may not be suitable for every patient, as every patient will respond differently to therapy, but we are happy to provide a consultation and thorough evaluation to see if you qualify for this therapy.