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A significant portion of the U.S. population will contract wrist or hand arthritis in their lifetimes. Countless more suffer from hand or wrist instability without reporting it or seeking treatment. Carpal tunnel syndrome affects many people between 45 and 64 years old. Trigger finger, like carpal tunnel, is a repetitive strain injury. All these injuries can be helped with stem cell therapy.

Hand and Wrist InjuriesYou have 206 bones in your body, and 54 of them are in your hands. An additional 52 are in your feet, but that’s a different topic. With so many bones, tendons, muscles and supporting tissues, the danger of injury increases. That’s why you must take care of your hands and wrists. Keep them healthy and you can be productive at whatever you do.

If you suffer from hand arthritis, instability, carpal tunnel syndrome or trigger finger, seek the advice of your family physician or a top NYC stem cell therapy specialist. If you have a triangular fibrocartilage complex or TFCC tear, you can get relief from a number of advanced, minimally invasive procedures like stem cell therapy.

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