With our busy schedules and daily routines, our hands take tremendous pressure in performing our regular tasks. Any injury that occurs to our hand affects our work and causes difficulty to move the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome, also known as median nerve compression, is one such condition that occurs when the median nerve that runs from the forearm to the palm gets compressed. Surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome involves cutting the ligament that’s pressing in the median nerve, which often involves lengthy recovery and rehabilitation.

SCP treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome is an advanced regenerative medicine treatment that can heal the condition non-surgically with simple SCP injections. Regenerative treatments for orthopedic problems are the cutting-edge non-surgical solutions to avoid surgery. Also, stem cell therapy for hand and wrist problems is an ideal therapy to repair and regenerate healthy tissue non-surgically with the help of stem cells derived from the bone marrow of the patient.

About: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is grouped under hand and wrist orthopedic condition that occurs due to the compression of the median nerve in hand. It is one of the most common hand and wrist pain that causes a general weakness in the hand and affects the lifestyle of an individual. Carpal tunnel pain can be quite bothersome and reduces the range of motion of the hand drastically.

Carpal tunnel syndrome causes severe pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling sensation in hand and wrist when there is an increased pressure on the median nerve. This pain can travel towards the wrist and makes it difficult to do regular tasks, such as holding a newspaper, phone or steering. Non-surgical treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome heals the tissue by enhancing the body’s natural mechanism and avoids the need for pain medications and surgery.

Know the risk factors

It is known that carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by the pressure exerted on the median nerve that passes through the forearm in the wrist. Any problem that squeezes or puts pressure on the median nerve can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. Also, people who are vibrating tools or any other machinery at the workplace that involve repetitive movement of the wrist are more prone to developing nerve damage leading to carpal tunnel syndrome.

Although they might not lead to the condition directly, some of the common factors that increase the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome are:

Gender: Females are at high risk of carpal tunnel syndrome as the carpal tunnel area is relatively smaller when compared to men.

Trauma to the hand: Arthritis, wrist fracture or dislocation can deform the small bones in the wrist, thereby altering the carpal tunnel space, which exerts pressure on the median nerve.

Fluid retention: This is most commonly observed during pregnancy. Increased pressure within the carpal tunnel may irritate the median nerve, especially during pregnancy and menopause.

Medical conditions: Kidney failure, thyroid disorders, and lymphedema might increase the chances of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome

Treating carpal tunnel syndrome with conventional modes of treatment might reduce the pain and inflammation and might not address the underlying problem without surgery. If there is severe damage to the median nerve, surgery might involve cutting of the tissue in the wrist that passes the median nerve to reduce the pressure. Surgery often involves a prolonged recovery and high risk of complications.

Regenerative treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome

Stem cell therapy for hand and wrist problems is the best non-surgical treatment option that is currently in trend. Stem cells are harvested from the bone marrow of the patient and concentrated in the lab before they are precisely injected into the hand with the help of image-guided procedures, such as fluoroscopy and ultrasound.

Stem cells, when injected into the site of the injury, repair the damaged tissue and regenerate healthy tissue without disturbing the structural integrity. There are various orthopedic clinics across the world that provide carpal tunnel stem cell treatment with advanced regenerative therapies.

Super concentrated platelets (SCP) treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome

SCP treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome is the best non-surgical treatment option to heal the damaged tissue without surgical intervention. SCP treatment is an advanced non-invasive treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome where one’s own blood platelets are concentrated and injected back into the injured site to heal the condition.

The highly concentrated plasma used in the treatment contains healing properties that stimulate the release of growth factors essential for tissue repair and regeneration. In most of the cases, one session of SCP injection would heal the condition. However, depending upon the response to the therapy, some individuals might require another SCP injection after a few weeks from receiving the initial one.

Our clinics can help you get rid of orthopedic pain with advanced stem cell treatments. Do visit our clinic in Hyderabad and Mumbai or contact us at 7306070809 for more information.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Does stem cell therapy for wrist and hand result in side effects?

Stem cell therapy for wrist and hand is a highly safe and effective non-surgical treatment option that does not result in any form of side effects. The stem cells used in the procedure are drawn from the patient’s bone marrow and are processed in the lab to obtain a desired concentration for the treatment. Since the stem cells used in the procedure are not taken from a donor, the chances of rejection are entirely zero.

Does SCP therapy require pre and post-hospitalization?

Super concentrated Platelets or SCP therapy is a non-surgical procedure that is done with simple injections. The treatment is a same-day, outpatient procedure where a patient need not be hospitalized either pre-procedure or post-procedure. However, a regular follow-up for physiotherapy is essential to increase the blood flow to the affected area, thereby enabling faster recovery from the injury.

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