Hand & Wrist


Hand and thumb osteoarthritis is one of the most popular forms of arthritis. The constant movements from everyday tasks cause the cartilage to wear out easily. While there are numerous surgical interventions, they all come with a significant risk of complications. During Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy® can help preserve function and mobility and reduce pain without the need for surgery.


Those that are affected by Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, a condition that causes numbness, or tingling in the thumb, index finger, middle finger, and inside of the ring finger accommodate for roughly 5% of the workforce. It happens when the median nerve gets compressed in the wrist, commonly by swollen tendons and repetitive use. It is also common to see it in patients with neck problems, this is known as double crush syndrome. Surgical treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome is the most frequent surgery of the hand and wrist.


Damage to the triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) can result in wrist pain and swelling. The recommended surgical intervention for this ailment is a shortening of the ulna by means of an osteotomy. Research indicates that this surgery produces an increase in negative effects on the wrist, which contribute to further injuries.

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