Eliminate your wrist pain
Regenexx solutions provide a non-surgical option for many suffering from pain and loss of function due to a wrist injury or cartilage tear in the wrist. To learn more about whether Regenexx could be a solution for you, fill out our online candidacy form. One of our patient care coordinators will work with you to take the next steps toward recovery. Let’s talk today.Are You a Regenexx Candidate?
Avoid Wrist Surgery with Regenexx
The triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is responsible for the use of our opposable thumbs and wear or injury can lead to wrist pain and swelling. In many cases, the recommended treatment for chronic TFCC problems is a surgery that involves shortening the ulna, the arm bone leading to the wrist, in order to reduce pressure. Research shows that this surgery, far from being a helpful long-term solution, actually leads to an increase in negative forces in the wrist that lead to future injuries. Beyond that, significant complications have been found in nearly 50% of patients following surgery.
During this outpatient procedure, our expert physicians use precise image guidance to inject custom concentrations of your body’s natural healing agents into the exact areas of injury in the TFCC to reduce pain and discomfort and to restore function. Best of all, your downtime will be a fraction of surgery and little to no time off of work. Call our patient care coordinators today to get started on your path to recovery.
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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 132,000 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 interventional orthopedic 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 TFCC Tear 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 tfcc tear procedure.
- We can schedule a time to meet with a Regenexx physician near you.