Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Regenerative Treatments for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Wrist Pain
There is a nerve, the median nerve, that runs through a small tunnel formed by small bones in the wrist. Repetitive overuse or injury to the wrist causes inflammation and swelling of the ligaments holding these little wrist bones in place which pinches and irritates this nerve causing pain, tingling, numbness and weakness of the arm or hand, making it difficulty to function. The usual treatment for the damaged wrist is to administer steroid or surgery to the area. People report mixed results with these methods.
An available alternative that is safe and natural is to administer regenerative stem cells to help heal and repair the damage to these weakened and inflamed ligaments in the wrist, allowing normal, pain-free function again.