The wrist is comprised of eight small bones known as carpals, all of which work together to provide you with range of motion and flexibility. These carpals support a tube that runs all the way through the wrist, called the carpal tunnel. Inside the carpal tunnel there is a network of tendons and nerves that are covered by a ligament to keep everything in place.
Wrist pain is very common and often the result of repetitive motion from everyday activities, like typing, playing sports, yoga, sewing, or playing an instrument.
Causes of Wrist Pain
The wrist is a complex structure that can become damaged in many different ways, from texting to writing and breaking a fall. Regardless of the cause, if you are experiencing pain in the wrist, stem cell therapy may be a viable treatment option. This type of pain can interfere with day-to-day activities and have a major impact on your overall quality of life. If any part of the wrist - bones, ligaments, or tendons become injured, it can result in long-lasting wrist pain. For many people, wrist pain is recurring and often the result of repetitive stress injuries and inflammation of the joints. Some of the most common causes of wrist pain:
- Excessive stress
- Sprain or strain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Ganglion cyst
- Repetitive motion syndrome
If you suffer from acute or chronic wrist pain because of arthritis, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or injury, you may benefit from stem cell therapy.
Stem Cell Therapy for Wrist Pain
If you are experiencing wrist pain and traditional forms of treatment are not giving you any relief, it may be time to consider stem cell therapy. Stem cell therapy is a safe and effective way to treat wrist pain. At Texas Partners Healthcare Group, we use stem cells harvested from the patients bone marrow, to provide patients with long-term relief. Stem cells are the body’s natural healing source, which means that when they are injected into a damaged area, they will work to restore function and range of motion.
Medicine has come a long way. We are able to withdraw stem cells from the bone marrow in a short period of time with no processing, then re-inject them into the injured areas, providing long-term relief. This procedure is very effective when it comes to addressing common concerns connected with wrist pain. Once the stem cells are injected, they will enhance the natural repair process of the injured tendons, ligaments, or arthritic joints.
If you would like to learn more about how we use stem cell therapy to treat wrist pain, please contact Texas Partners Healthcare Group today. We have locations in Allen, Flower Mound, Frisco, Dallas, or McKinney to schedule an appointment.