Dealing with a painful hand or wrist can affect just about everything you do in daily life. From typing on a computer to driving, riding a bicycle to brushing your teeth, anything you do with your hands is affected by this pain. Far too many people allow this pain to linger on, assuming it will either go away or they will adjust to it, but that simply doesnt happen. Wrist and hand damage only accumulates over time as the bones, tendons and ligaments break down, causing the pain to increase over time. That doesnt mean you need to go through painful replacement surgery though. Joint, tendon and ligament replacement surgery takes months of rehabilitation to restore your functionality, and even then you might experience soreness or discomfort from altered nerve endings. Instead, you need to look towards stem cell treatments for your wrist and hand. This treatment can correct many common hand problems, restoring your body back to its pre-degenerative stage.
Some Common Hand and Wrist Injuries Treated with Stem Cells
Arthritis in the hand is the most common form of pain as you age. It makes just about everything painful, even to hold a pencil or to open the mail. Stem cell treatments correct this pain by growing back the damaged tissue. Instability and TFCC tears are other common hand and wrist treatments, in addition to carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger, just to name a few.
Where do the Stem Cells Come From?
Before you proceed, you might wonder where the stem cells come from. The stem cells used for your particular procedure may come directly from you. In fact, the human body stores a supply of the stem cells in order to repair injured tissue around the body. Stem cells are typically found inside of the marrow of your bones. By extracting a small amount of stem cells from your own body (often from the back of the hip bone with a small injection), your body is automatically going to identify it as your own cells, which can improve the regenerative process.
Improvements Seen By Stem Cell Treatments
It does take a bit of time for the stem cells to begin to grow and develop. However, it is far less than how long it might take you to recover after a joint replacement surgery (especially if you have multiple joints replaced around your hand). In fact, after the first month, 60 percent of all patients saw at least a 25 percent improvement in their mobility and reduction in pain. By the end of the third month, this number increases to 75 percent. The improvements only go on from there as the tissue continues to develop. All of this without intrusive surgery and painful rehabilitation procedures. Instead of going through surgery or not doing anything about your wrist or hand pain, stem cell treatments can drastically improve your mobility while also decreasing the level of pain you experience.
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