Wrist injuries can be disabling and can affect every aspect of your life. Regenerative therapies may provide substantial relief of your condition and return you to your normal activites.
De Quervain’s syndrome
De Quervain’s syndrome (also called De Quervain’s tenosynovitis) is an inflammatory condition of the wrist, commonly associated with overuse activities, and is also common with pregnancy. This condition commonly improves with activity modification, therapeutic exercises, and bracing. However, should these therapies fail, regenerative therapies are an excellent option to improve pain and restore your activities.
Arthritis of the Hands
Arthritis of the hands (also known as osteoarthritis) is very common, especially in the joints of the thumb, including the CMC joint (carpometacarpal joint) as well as the STT joint (scaphotrapeziotrapezoid joint). Regenerative therapies may be an alternative to steroid injections and surgeries, providing minimally invasive treatment that may decrease pain and improve use of the hands.