Injections for Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Pain and Arthritis

Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Stem Cell Injections for Pain and Arthritis

Shoulder Injections

Similar to hip pain, shoulder pain can also be a result of osteoarthritis. Being the most common form of arthritis pain, osteoarthritis causes the bones to rub against each other causing an unbearable pain. The pain can start after an accident and can worsen over time. Regenerative medicine using Novomax® can target the specific area where the bone is damaged and rejuvenate the shoulder to its original function. Alleviating the shoulder pain for good.

Elbow and Wrist Injections

Elbow injuries like tennis elbow, where the tendons that join the forearm muscle at the elbow become inflamed and painful due to over use, and rheumatoid arthritis, that can result in joint damage, pain, swelling, inflammation, loss of function and disability, can make it seem like there’s no end to the pain. However, Interventional Pain Institute of West Florida offer stem cell therapy treatments to help rejuvenate damaged elbows and restore your elbow and wrist back to normal functionality.

Hand Injections

Many injuries can happen to otherwise healthy joints, such as jamming a finger, which causes tendons to pull away from the bone, or flexor tendon injuries, where one or several fingers can’t move due to sever damage to the tendon. A regenerative procedure can help alleviate pain and return original movement back to your wrist and hands.