Hand and Wrist
Is there a better option than hand or wrist surgery?
Regenexx provides breakthrough, non-surgical treatments that use your body’s own healing agents to treat and repair injuries including carpal tunnel syndrome, TFCC tear, thumb CMC, basal joint arthritis, and other degenerative problems related to the hand or wrist.Are You a Regenexx Candidate?
Your Alternative to Hand & Wrist Surgery
Have you been told that steroid injections or invasive surgery are your only options to treat your hand or wrist pain? Interventional orthopedics provides a non-surgical alternative that uses your own cells to repair the damage.
Wear and tear on the wrists and hands is increasingly common in a world filled with hand-held devices and keyboards. As we place more and more strain on our hands and wrists, they can wear down over time beyond our body’s natural ability to repair damage. While total joint reconstruction surgery may improve the condition for some, new problems can easily develop over time when we fail to address the biomechanical causes of our injury. As a result, many surgical patients go on to experience continued symptoms such as numbness, tenderness, or reduced range of motion or function.
At Regenexx we invented a new approach to orthopedic care we call Interventional Orthopedics. This approach involves the use of image guidance (flouroscopy and ultrasound) to precisely place high-dose stem cells or platelets from your body directly where they are needed in a specific joint structure. These cells then work in the site of your injury to grow into new, healthy tissue, a process that will only occur if the cells have been placed exactly where they need to go in order to achieve positive outcomes for the patient. This precise approach to orthopedic care can’t be replicated by a surgeon or nurse in a chiropractor’s office. Interventional Orthopedics requires thousands of hours of training following a standardized protocol process to become a licensed Regenexx physician.
The Regenexx family of non-surgical stem-cell and blood-platelet procedures are next generation regenerative injection treatments for those who are suffering from pain or reduced range of motion due to carpal tunnel syndrome, basal joint/CMC arthritis, hand arthritis, or other injuries and conditions in the hand and wrist. The Regenexx treatment for injuries in the hand joints and wrist uses your own stem cells, blood platelets, and/or growth factors to help repair damaged areas that are causing pain. Regenexx patients typically experience little or no down time from the procedure.
This page contains an extensive library of educational resources on hand and wrist conditions and our patented hand and wrist procedures created by Regenexx and our founder, Chris Centeno, M.D.. We encourage you to research your options.
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- Increased function
- Pain reduction
- Most individuals do not experience extensive downtime
- Minimal time off of work
- No surgery
- Minimal use of mobility tools (crutches, etc.)
- Minimal disruption of regular routine
Regenexx has performed more than 69,000 procedures worldwide. Regenexx keeps records of Regenexx procedures performed by physicians in our network in our outcomes database.View Outcomes
Regenexx Safety Report
Regenexx has extensive research to support the safety of our procedures. Our study is the largest in the world on the safety of stem cell treatments.Safety Report
PRP to Treat Hand Arthritis & Trigger Finger
Hand arthritis and trigger fingers can be helped with precise platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections or stem cells. Dr. Pitts demonstrates how this is done using sophisticated imaging guidance.Watch Video
Are You A Candidate for the Regenexx Hand and Wrist Procedure?
Speak with a Regenexx patient liaison to learn more about how we can help.
- We listen to your specific situation and concerns.
- We answer questions related to your condition and Regenexx.
- We explain the patient process for considering a hand and wrist procedure.
- We can schedule a time to meet with a Regenexx physician near you.