Forearm, Wrist, and Hand Pain Symptoms
- Crepitation with movement
- Loss of motion
- Loss of muscle strength
- Muscle spasms
- Numbiness in fingers
- Referral hand and finger pain
- Wrist pain
These symptoms can be signs of the following wrist, hand, and finger pain conditions caused by wrist, hand, and finger soft tissue injury that we commonly treat with S.T.A.R. Therapy.
Our Treatment Approach
S.T.A.R. Therapy addresses soft tissue injury directly by attracting growth factors to repair the ligaments right where they attach to the bones. S.T.A.R. Therapy treatments start the healing process to cause the growth of ligaments that stabilize these joints. Once the ligaments return to normal strength, the chronic pain is eliminated, as well as the degenerative cascade that leads to arthritis. In more severe cases of tendon, and ligament damage S.T.A.R. Therapy makes an excellent solution.
Typical treatments done in pain clinics (corticosteroid injections, ibuprofen, or other NSAID) are only covering up the pain temporarily. The pain is an indication of tissue damage that is degenerating the joint. Degeneration needs REGENERATION, not more degenerative treatments or a “wait and see” which only allows the joint to degenerate further. This is the only real way to trigger the long-term healing and resolution of symptoms. Remember, tissue repair happens over weeks and months after treatment.Our Treatment Approach ->
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- Extracorporeal Shockwaves Versus Surgery In The Treatment Of Pseudoarthrosis Of The Carpal Scaphoid. Notarnicola A, Moretti L, Tafuri S, Gigliotti S, Russo S, Musci L, Moretti B. Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2010)