Stem Cell for Wrist, Hand, and CMC Arthritis
People suffering from Hand and Wrist Conditions including basal joint arthritis, also known as CMC joint arthritis, can alleviate their pain without the need for surgery or steroid injections.Our adipose(Fat)-derived and bone marrow-derived stem cell therapies for hand and wrist conditions are an innovative therapy practiced in the United States that is safe and effective.
If you are suffering from hand, wrist, or CMC joint pain, there is hope for a non-invasive solution that does not include a lifetime of medication, braces/wraps, or pain. Here at the National Stem Cell Institute (NSI), we can help you using our regenerative therapies such as Stem Cell Therapy and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy.
We offer a same-day and in-clinic procedure to repair your hand and wrist pain due to carpal tunnel syndrome, hand arthritis, wrist arthritis, tendonitis, basal joint arthritis, and more.*
Hand and wrist injuries are common among athletes. If you play a sport, you may have suffered one yourself at some point. A great many of these injuries can be addressed without resorting to surgery or steroid injections with the help of Stem Cell Therapy or PRP Therapy, depending on the type and severity of the injury. Hand and wrist arthritis, including basal joint arthritis, can also be helped with Stem Cell or PRP Therapy.
At NSI Stem Cell Centers, we use both of these top-performing, advanced non-surgical procedures to deal with hand and wrist arthritis, CMC joint arthritis, and any other underlying problems that cause pain. We use your own stem cells by extracting them from your fat stores to repair and rebuild your injured body tissues.
Commonly Addressed Hand and Wrist Conditions
Here is a list of the hand and wrist conditions that we help using our Stem Cell and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) procedures. Please take note that the list is not a complete list of the conditions that we deal with at our facility, so please contact us and you can talk to our physicians to find out whether we can address your hand or wrist condition, in case your condition is not in this list.
- Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Thumb Sprain
- De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis – painful condition affecting the tendons on the thumb side of your wrist.
- Basal Joint Arthritis
- Ligament Sprain on the Wrist
- Post-Traumatic Hand Arthritis
- Osteoarthritis of the Hand
- Post-Traumatic Wrist Arthritis
Stem Cell Therapies are Effective for Basal Joint Arthritis and Other Hand and Wrist Conditions
After Stem Cell Therapy for Hand Arthritis of various types, CMC arthritis included, patients experience improvements in their symptoms caused by their hand and/or wrist condition.* Scar tissues begin to heal and reverse to healthy tissue while inflammation and pain are relieved. This relief allows patients to increase their daily activities and movement, getting them back to a healthier, happier life.
Stem Cell Therapy Relieves Basal Joint Arthritis and More!
Wrist, hand, and thumb arthritis can be caused by many things, but the upshot is the same: stiffness, pain, swelling, and movement that can be anything from limited to outright debilitating. One of the most common forms of arthritis is basal joint arthritis. If you have been fortunate enough to escape it yourself, you probably know someone who has not.
Basal joint arthritis (commonly known as thumb arthritis) is the wearing away of the protective cartilage that lines the thumb’s basal joint. This is the joint that connects the thumb to the hand. Because we use our hands for pretty much everything, basal joint arthritis can limit your ability to do the simplest of small motor tasks.
But stem cell therapy for the hand and wrist isn’t just about arthritis and older folks.
Of course, degenerative diseases like rheumatoid or osteoarthritis aren’t the only things that can cause wrist and hand pain. A traumatic injury that happens during a sports activity or during a fall is just one example of how hand and wrist injuries can occur. However you experience hand, wrist, or CMC joint pain, it is worth your time to consult with NSI before resorting to risky medications or invasive surgery, including CMC joint surgery, as your first options.
Understanding How Stem Cell Therapy Relieves Hand Arthritis and Basal Joint Arthritis
Conditions like basal joint arthritis are among the most common reasons for CMC joint pain and other forms of pain in the hand and wrist. Still, you may be surprised to learn that hand arthritis is actually diagnosed frequently even in people who are relatively young.
For example, athletic injuries regularly trigger the degenerative process of basal joint arthritis. It’s often called by other names like “skier’s thumb.” But you don’t have to be involved in a highly physical sport to develop hand arthritis.
Many of NSI’s patients are young adults who seek out stem cell therapy for “gamer’s thumb.”
“Gamer’s thumb” is a repetitive stress injury of the thumb. It is becoming more common as people spend longer periods of time interacting with mobile devices and game controllers. When young adults come into NSI for “gamer’s thumb,” they’re often surprised to learn their “gamer’s thumb” is actually an early stage of basal joint arthritis.
Whether your wrist or hand injury is due to basal joint arthritis or injury to hand or wrist muscles, tendons, or ligaments, stem cell therapy is a minimally invasive procedure you should consider before risking invasive surgery, including CMC joint surgery. Stem cells occur naturally in the body. Their role is to trigger the healing process that repairs, regenerates, and regrows bone, ligaments, tendons, and tissues.
Our adipose(Fat)-derived and bone marrow-derived stem cell therapies for foot and ankle conditions are an innovative care method that is indicated for a wide variety of wrist and hand arthritis types, including basal joint arthritis.* Yet many people are just learning about it now for the first time. These are not embryonic stem cells or cells from fetuses. These regenerative cells come straight from your own body just a few hours before they’re injected back into your body and put to work to heal disease or dysfunction including, in this instance, CMC joint pain or other pain resulting from wrist or hand arthritis.