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Advanced Treatment Strategies
Arthritis, carpel tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, tendinitis and other joint and ligament issues plague workers, athletes and adults of all ages. The usual prognosis is surgery or addictive opioids. However recent advances in cellular injection therapies along with Prolotherapy offer new hope for our patients.
The hand (and wrist) combine to form one of the most complex biomechanics areas of the human body, composed of
two rows of carpal bones, with supporting flexor and extensor tendons cross the wrist that provide hand and digit mobility.
Along with the ulnar, median, and radial nerves, your hands are critical tool in daily activities including work and sport.
Once injured or compromised through prolonged and repetitive tasks such as painting walls or using a computer keyboard, it needs to be treated quickly to ensure full recovery.
Failure to do so often has the long-term result of physicians recommending surgery or strong pain killers. However, this is not always necessary.
The latest advances in cellular injection therapy (from bone marrow and fat-derived cells) offers new tools to heal injured ligaments and joints. Our 100-Point Health Score exam can pinpoint the necessary treatment to bring relief to pain, often without resorting to invasive surgery or addictive drug treatment.
How healthy are you?
Our 100-point Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) will determine if Prolotherapy and other cellular treatment plans could alleviate or cure your hand pain, by targeting joints, ligaments and surrounding muscle groups. Surgery is not always mandatory!
Our difference lies in offering long-term treatment therapies that encompass preventive medicine, regenerative medicine and healthy nutritional therapies to treat the cause, not the symptoms, of hand pain.
We thrive based on the good results our patients obtain. Our Service is Guaranteed
Prolotherapy pain targeting
Cellular Pain Targeting
Hybrid therapies are assigned to patients based on their 100-point Health Score.