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Hand & Wrist Conditions

Hand pain healing from stem cell therapy

The bones, connective tissue and small joints of the hand and wrist are prone to several types of injuries. Together, they consist of a complex combination of 27 small bones (phalanges, metacarpals, and carpals), muscles, and tendons. Due to the intricate movements of the hand, we rely on it for many of the basic repetitive motions we go through on a daily basis (e.g. typing, shaking hands, and writing).

Traditional options for patients suffering from hand or wrist injuries, can include wrist or finger joint fusion, joint replacement, or carpal tunnel release surgery. Our regenerative procedures can provide a simple, out-patient, natural alternative, to potentially risky surgeries that also require a long recovery period.

  • Arthritis/osteoarthritis

  • Tendinitis

  • Extensor tendon injuries 

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Flexor tendon injuries

Diagram of the human wrist
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