We have non-surgical treatments to relieve your wrist pain
What is Carpal Tunnel?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects the wrists and hands, causing burning, tingling, numbness and general weakness. It is also known as ‘median nerve compression’ because it causes pressure on the median nerve that runs down the full length of your arm, ending in your hand after going through a path in your wrist called the carpal tunnel.
We have regenerative treatments at our medical clinic in Austin that can help relieve carpal tunnel pain and discomfort and help you avoid risky medication or carpal tunnel surgery. Some other causes of wrist pain that we can treat effectively include osteoarthritis, tendonitis, de quervain's tenosynovitis, sprains and strains, fractures and ligament damage.
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If you have severe wrist pain in Austin, TX or surrounding areas, call us today to schedule a free consultation.
Our team of highly trained rejuvenation nurses and providers will get to the bottom of your pain once and for all.
How to Treat Carpal Tunnel
Regenerative cellular tissue and PRP (platelet-rich plasma) are effective treatments we provide at USA Medical Research Institute for carpal tunnel syndrome. The regenerative treatments that Dr. Fissette uses are injections that contain mesenchymal cells that were collected from donated umbilical cords. There is a substance inside the umbilical cord called Wharton’s Jelly that includes the powerful regenerative cells we use for carpal tunnel treatment. We collect these cells after a scheduled C-section from cords donated by willing mothers that have been screened for social history and health.
The collection process doesn’t harm the mother or baby, and the cells are filled with vital healing components like:
Drinking adequate amounts of water to flush toxins and keep joints lubricated
Sleeping in a position that removes pressure from your back and neck
Removing your wallet or anything else from your back pocket while sitting
Being aware of your posture while walking, sitting or working on a computer
Eating a wide range of water-rich foods that are high in nutrients and limiting processed foods