“…I love pruning so much – I once attacked a trumpet vine with so much dedication that I gave myself carpal-tunnel.”
Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome using Regenerative Medicine: PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and Prolotherapy
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
If your hand is itching, numb, tingling or weak, you might have carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome typically gets worse over time without treatment, so find a doctor nearby so that you can to slow or stop progression as early as possible.
Left untreated, carpal tunnel syndrome may go on for years, or go away and come back on its own. In severe cases, pain, cramping, and weakness may increase because muscle tissue degrades when you avoid using your hands to avoid pain.
Regenerative Treatments for Carpal Tunnel
For carpal tunnel syndrome, regenerative treatments such as prolotherapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cells restore hand and wrist function for most patients, getting them back to work and play without numbness or pain. These regenerative therapies are a non-invasive alternative to surgery. Regenerative treatments often speed the healing process and eliminate cumbersome supports and braces.
Healthy bodies respond better to regenerative treatments. Start by tuning up your diet, so you’re taking in more and more healthy nutrients. Try both boosting your activity level and the amount of rest you get every day. Small changes can make a big difference.
You may feel frustrated when the pain in your hands and wrists limits what you can do. It seems like it shouldn’t be a big deal; maybe it will get better on its own. It’s easy to ignore. We get it. Many of us at the clinic have had the tingling and pain that makes it hard to open a jar or hold a coffee cup. We’re pretty sure we can get your hands and wrists back in action using our approach to regenerative treatments.
If you suspect carpal tunnel syndrome, call our regenerative medicine doctors in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona.
No matter how much it gets abused, the body can restore balance. The first rule is to stop interfering with nature.