Are steroid injections or joint fusion surgery really the only options for wrist, hand or finger pain treatment?
Medica Institute offer minimally invasive, non-surgical, safe alternatives for wrist, hand or finger pain treatment to get your life back on track without surgery or steroid injections!
Wear and tear on the wrists and hands is increasingly common, as we place more and more strain on our hands and wrists, while using hand held devices for example, they can wear down over time beyond our body’s natural ability to repair damage. While conventional treatment, like joint fusion surgery or total joint reconstruction surgery, may improve the condition for some, a lot of surgical patients go on to experience continued symptoms such as numbness, tenderness, or reduced range of motion or function. Patients suffering from hand and wrist pain, reduced range of motion due to basal joint / CMC arthritis, hand arthritis, or other injuries and other conditions of the hand joints or wrist may benefit from Regenerative Therapy procedures offered at Medica Institute Clinic.
Non-surgical same day Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy and platelet rich plasma (PRP) concentrate injections are next generation Regenerative Treatments to treat the cause of wrist, hand or finger pain not just the symptoms. Regenerative Therapy is an alternative treatment option for wrist, hand or finger pain that continues to be proven successful, not only by scientist and researchers, but also by doctors who utilise this treatment for a variety of conditions, including hand arthritis, tendon, ligament and overuse injuries. Treatment is also a viable alternative for those considering joint fusion surgery or total joint replacement surgery, Medica Institute Clinic may help alleviate pain of wrist, hand or finger and restore joint damage with a non-invasive regenerative injection procedure. Patients typically experience little to no down time from our non-surgical same day regenerative pain treatment procedures, like Stromal Vascular Fraction therapy or Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP therapy.
Regenerative Therapy utilise biologic material harvested directly from the patient’s body to help heal disease and injury. The treatment has become a game changer for accelerating healing, regenerating tissue and combatting pain. It has reduced the need for prescription medications and surgery, proving to be a helpful tool towards managing and potentially eliminating pain in the body. Regenerative Therapy has helped untold amounts of people overcome insufferable chronic pain, restoring their function and mobility, and improving their quality of life. Regenerative Therapy by means of several protocols will ultimately help initiate the self-healing cycle in the injured part of the body, the end result then is pain relief.
Non-surgical Regenerative Treatments are a same-day procedures and the options are:
In certain cases it may be a combination of more than one treatment protocol. For some patients however, the complete protocol is a series of injections in several treatment sessions. The choice of treatment is at the discretion of the Consultant and is based on your unique case.
Wrist, hand or finger conditions that can be treated with Regenerative Therapy like PRP therapy and Stromal vascular fraction therapy include:
- Hand Arthritis
- Thumb arthritis (basal joint arthritis / carpometacarpal arthritis)
- Joint sprain
- Muscle strain
- Tendon and ligament injury
- Degenerative conditions
Please contact us for a consultation and complete assessment to determine whether or not your condition can be treated with these minimally invasive, non-surgical regenerative procedures.
What are the top Benefits of Non-surgical Regenerative Treatments?
With so many options out there, you may be wondering what benefits choosing Non-surgical Regenerative Treatments provides. Over all Regenerative Treatments are minimally invasive, non-surgical same day procedures with no risk of rejection, minimal recovery time and minimal worry. You are fully awake and ready to go home within a few hours after injections in the affected area.