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Wrist Pain, You’re Outta Here! Solutions for Longterm Relief

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There are many injuries to the hand and wrist that can result from overuse, whether it is from sports activities or repetitive motion. PRP may provide a better quality of life for patients with hand and/or wrist pain or injury who do not respond to standard treatments, want to reduce their dependency on medication, or are looking for more natural or alternative options to surgery.

The benefits of PRP for hand and wrist pain may include:

  • A reduction in pain
  • Less dependency on medication
  • No surgery is required

If you are suffering from hand or wrist pain, schedule a consultation with Dr. Ibrahim, MD to see whether PRP treatment is right for you.

Conditions that may respond well to PRP treatments of hand and wrist treatment include :

  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • trigger finger
  • de Quervain’s tenosynovitis.

If you’re experiencing wrist pain, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) may be a treatment option for you. PRP is a regenerative treatment that uses the healing factors in your own blood to reduce inflammation and stimulate tissue repair.

This procedure is a same-day outpatient procedure that takes place at our office. Our goal is to provide our patients with customized care and individualized treatment strategies based on their overall health. Regenerative treatments like PRP have the potential to improve the quality of life for our patients suffering from wrist and hand pain.

At Better Life Clinics, we use an FDA-cleared centrifuge system to extract PRP from a blood sample. This PRP is then injected into the affected joint by our board-certified physician. The whole process takes less than an hour, and patients have reported the following benefits for hand and wrist pain or injury:

  • Reduced joint pain
  • Avoidance of surgery
  • Better mobility
  • Improved range of motion
  • Increased strength
  • Less reliance on OTC medications
  • Reduced inflammation

Results usually start to show in a few weeks.

At this point, it’s important to remember that everyone experiences PRP therapy differently. However, many patients report significant improvements in their wrist pain after undergoing the procedure.

If you’re experiencing hand or wrist pain, don’t let it hold you back. Call us today for a consultation to discuss the potential benefits of PRP therapy and see if it’s right for you. Take control of your pain and start living life to the fullest.