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Learn how PRP in many cases can be an excellent alternative to steroids or wrist / hand surgery. Also explore how it can address the root cause of the pain quickly and naturally.

When you consider the array of precise and specialized movements our hand and wrist allow us to perform on any given day, the intricacies of the joint and surrounding structures should come as no surprise. The hand and wrist are made up of several bones, muscles, and ligaments that work together, enabling us to carry out everyday tasks such as writing, playing an instrument, and even brushing your teeth. Though we often perform these tasks without a second thought, a closer look will reveal much more complexity than you may realize.


Carrying out any of these very precise movements requires the cooperation of numerous parts that make up the wrist and hand. Along with tendons that attach muscle to bone, ligaments that connect bones to one another, and cartilage that reduces friction, the complex joint is made up of a collection of small bones that allow a wide range of motion to take place. This extensive motion also occurs with the help of various muscles that keep the wrist and hand stable and aligned. The primary purpose of this complex joint is to link the hand and lower arm in a way that allows the joint to remain strong, steady, and functional.


Though the swiveling and pivoting capacity of the joint allows us a wider range of motion, the constant, repetitive movement and high level of involvement can lead to injury or normal wear and tear. The damage and pain that then ensue can make even the most seemingly simple tasks painful and difficult. Here at New You Stem Cell Center, we’re committed to increasing the functionality of the damaged joint. By working together with the body’s own natural resources and processes, we address wrist pain and hand pain at the source, providing long-term healing and repair.



As an extensively exercised part of the body, the hand and wrist are exposed to a number of internal as well as external factors that can lead to pain and degeneration. While its high level of involvement can lead to injury and the wearing down of the joint, internal factors such as time and aging can have an effect on the vitality of the joint. Below is a list of several internal and external-caused conditions that can lead to wrist pain and hand pain:

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Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a treatment option that is gaining growing recognition for its capacity to heal damaged tissue. The regenerative injection treatment works closely with the body’s natural healing process to rebuild or repair what has been lost or broken due to injury or normal wear and tear surrounding the joint. Once a blood sample is taken from a patient, the platelet-rich portion of the blood is separated and injected into the damaged area of the joint. While the body’s natural response to damage is to flood the troubled area with new, healthy cells, the procedure does its part to accelerate the process. This happens because of the high concentration of healing proteins and growth factors that are found in the platelet-rich portion of the blood. Once injected, these potent proteins begin rebuilding, while signaling other base cells to do the same. For wrist pain and hand pain, as well as any other joint pain, PRP treatments increase the body’s effectiveness to rebuild tissue, eliminating pain in the process.


While other treatments are more traditionally utilized to address joint pain and weakness, they fail at attacking pain at the source. Platelet-rich plasma therapy continues to deliver results that correlate with long-term healing and increased function of the troubled joint.



When suffering from wrist and hand-related conditions, there are a number of symptoms a patient may experience. Below is a list of common symptoms related to conditions of the hand and wrist:

Arthritis, injury, and other conditions can cause pain and decreased range of motion, disrupting day-to-day routines. If you are experiencing any combination of the above symptoms or have been diagnosed with a wrist-related condition, our team at New You Stem Cell Center in Houston is ready to guide you on your journey through regenerative treatment.


We continue to rely on platelet-rich plasma therapy to treat a wide range of conditions. Time and time again, the procedure helps us make enormous strides in achieving long-term recovery and a pain-free lifestyle. It’s for this reason that we strive to make PRP an accessible treatment option for our community of patients. Call to schedule your free consultation today, during which we will answer all questions and discuss the best treatment plan for your needs.



I’ve visited this wellness clinic for several things but my favorite has been the PRP therapy for my knee. PRP is a great alternative for surgery for ligament and tendon issues. I highly recommend this wellness clinic. They have a lot to offer with a friendly environment.

–Courtni B., Patient from Richmond, TX

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Individuals suffering from chronic joint pain who haven’t found relief through conventional methods are all great candidates for this procedure. PRP treatments are also a great option for those individuals wanting to avoid invasive treatment and long recovery times that are associated with surgery.

Most PRP patients see considerable improvement within 5 to 10 days of the first treatment, but for long-lasting, optimal results, we recommend having three PRP sessions. Multiple sessions should be scheduled 5 to 6 weeks apart for optimal results. (Written by Leo, Please check for proper grammar, syntax, etc)

All procedures take place at New You Wellness Cell Center in Richmond, Texas.

Because each patient is injected with their own platelets, any adverse reactions are unlikely. Having said that, as with any other minimally-invasive procedure, a very small risk of infection does exist. At New You, we are equipped with the experience and expertise that help keep those risks to a minimum.

Most patients usually begin noticing changes and decreased pain in the troubled area in as little as 5 to 10 days. However, this ultimately depends on the patient and the condition being treated.

Because the PRP treatment is a low-risk, minimally invasive procedure, patients can expect to return to work and daily routines immediately after, as long as their condition permits.

Individuals suffering from chronic joint pain who haven’t found relief through conventional methods are all great candidates for this procedure. PRP treatments are also a great option for those individuals wanting to avoid invasive treatment and long recovery times that are associated with surgery.