Hand & Wrist Pain Relief Treatment

STEM CELL THERAPY FOR HAND & WRIST PAIN

GET PAIN RELIEF WITHOUT DRUGS OR SURGERY.

Arthritis in the hand or wrist joint can be both frustrating, and life-altering. Our fingers and hands are used everyday, resulting in these joints wearing out much quicker than others. Hand and wrist surgery typically involves long and uncomfortable recoveries, and doesn’t usually result in a long-term fix.

Avoid the long recovery time, and risks, associated with invasive surgery. Stem cell replacement therapy utilizes cells from your own body in order to aid in the natural healing of your body. Stem cell replacement therapy uses your own body’s cells in order to naturally heal your body by regenerating new, healthy cells where injury or damage has occurred in the tissue.

STEM CELL THERAPY FOR HAND & WRIST PAIN

GET PAIN RELIEF WITHOUT DRUGS OR SURGERY.

Arthritis in the hand or wrist joint can be both frustrating, and life-altering. Our fingers and hands are used everyday, resulting in these joints wearing out much quicker than others. Hand and wrist surgery typically involves long and uncomfortable recoveries, and doesn’t usually result in a long-term fix.

Avoid the long recovery time, and risks, associated with invasive surgery. Stem cell replacement therapy utilizes cells from your own body in order to aid in the natural healing of your body. Stem cell replacement therapy uses your own body’s cells in order to naturally heal your body by regenerating new, healthy cells where injury or damage has occurred in the tissue.

Get back to the life you want.

HAND AND WRIST-RELATED CONDITIONS WE CAN TREAT:

  • Hand & joint arthritis
  • Other injuries & conditions in the hand
  • TFCC tear
  • Trigger finger
  • Basal joint/CMC arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • CMC (carpometacarpal arthritis)
  • Hand or wrist instability

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VANCOUVER  |  PORTLAND

THIS NOTICE MUST BE PROVIDED TO YOU UNDER WASHINGTON LAW. This health care practitioner performs one or more stem cell therapies that have not yet been approved by the United States food and drug administration. You are encouraged to consult with your primary care provider prior to undergoing a stem cell therapy.