Wrist Pain

Our wrist is an important joint that helps us perform a multitude of daily tasks with ease – from typing and writing to lifting heavy objects. But when wrist pain strikes, even simple activities like holding a phone or cooking can become a nightmare. Don’t just rely on old-school remedies like ice packs or painkillers – let Regenerative Masters revolutionize your wrist pain treatment!

Our team of experts use the power of quantum, full-spectrum healing, regenerative therapy combining nine disciplines to provide you with the ultimate relief you deserve. 

With our cutting-edge approach, you can wave goodbye to wrist pain and get back to living your best life.

Don’t suffer in silence – let Regenerative Masters help you heal and thrive!

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Understanding the Symptoms of Wrist Pain

The signs conforming to wrist pain may include-
  • Pain or discomfort in the wrist joint, which may be sharp, dull, or achy in nature.
  • Stiffness or a feeling of tightness in the wrist joint.
  • Weakness in the wrist or hand, which may affect daily activities such as gripping or holding objects.
  • Swelling, redness, or warmth in the wrist joint, which may indicate inflammation or infection.
  • Limited range of motion or difficulty moving the wrist joint in certain directions.
  • Numbness or tingling in the fingers or hand, which may indicate nerve compression or injury.
  • Clicking or popping sensations in the wrist joint during movement.
  • Difficulty performing activities that require wrist movement, such as typing, writing, or using tools.
  • Changes in skin color or texture over the wrist joint, which may indicate an underlying medical condition.

Common Causes of Wrist Pain

Wrist pain can result from damage to any of the parts of the wrist, significantly impacting your hand and wrist functionality. The sources of this damage can be diverse and include things like repetitive movements, injury, overuse, degenerative conditions, or even certain diseases.
  • Wrist injuries can be caused by sudden impacts or repetitive stress.
  • Sudden impacts happen when you fall forward and land on your hand, which can result in sprains, strains, or fractures, including scaphoid fractures.
  • Repetitive stress injuries occur from repetitive wrist motions, such as playing tennis, playing cello, or driving for long periods.
  • Repetitive stress injuries can cause inflammation or stress fractures, and the risk of injury increases with prolonged activity without breaks.
  • De Quervain tenosynovitis is a common repetitive stress injury that results in pain at the base of the thumb.
  • Osteoarthritis is a type of arthritis that happens when the cartilage at the ends of bones deteriorates over time.
  • Wrist osteoarthritis is rare and typically affects people who have had a previous wrist injury.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis commonly affects the wrist and usually affects both wrists if one is affected.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when increased pressure is on the median nerve in the wrist’s carpal tunnel.
  • Ganglion cysts are soft tissue cysts often found on the wrist’s backside, and they may be painful, with pain that can worsen or improve with activity.
  • Kienbock’s disease is a condition that primarily affects young adults and involves the collapse of one of the small bones in the wrist due to a lack of blood supply.
woman holding her wrist pain because using computer

Navigating the Diagnostic Process

For proper treatment, the diagnosis of wrist pain is crucial.
  • Enquiring about the duration, location of the pain, recent injuries or trauma to the wrist.
  • Asking about any activities or repetitive motions that may be causing the pain.
  • Conducting a physical exam of the wrist and hand.
  • Analysis of visible deformities or abnormalities.
  • Imaging tests such as X-rays, MRI, or CT scans.
  • Blood tests to check for underlying medical conditions such as arthritis or gout.

Non-Invasive Approach To Heal Wrist Pain

Painkillers can temporarily relieve wrist pain but can be harmful in the long run. Also, painkillers can’t cure it permanently. Considering surgery as an option for your wrist pain treatment may offer a fix, but it’s invasive, often requires a lengthy recovery period, and may not provide complete relief.
At Regenerative Masters, we believe in taking a holistic approach to healing. By addressing emotional, physiological, neurological, and structural factors that contribute to the condition, we empower the body’s natural healing process to take place.

The Regenerative Masters Approach to Wrist Pain Treatment

The experts at Regenerative Masters believe that a patient should be treated as a whole being rather than just focusing on the affected area. Unlike conventional medicine, our approach considers the emotional, psychological, physical, neurological, and energetic factors contributing to the health condition. Our team of experts utilizes a combination of the following treatments:
  • Sports medicine
  • Naturopathy
  • Regenerative and Cellular Therapy
  • Hypnosis
  • Physical Therapy
  • Diet
  • Psychological Therapy
  • Personal Training
  • Chiropractic Treatment
By incorporating these treatment fields, Regenerative Masters achieve real and dramatic results. Cellular and regenerative therapy, in particular, have become increasingly popular due to their minimal invasiveness and use of the patient’s cells to revive the affected area.
This therapy is designed to alleviate joint pain and regenerate cells in the joints, leading to minimized recovery time, minimally invasive procedures, and long-lasting relief from chronic joint pain.
woman has problem wrist pain

Meet Our Expert – Dr. Ron Hanson

Dr. Ron Hanson is a renowned pioneer in the field of regenerative medicine. With over twelve years of experience in advanced cellular therapies, he has established himself as a leading regenerative physician.
Dr. Hanson is dedicated to improving his treatments and discovering new ways to support the body’s ability to heal independently. He possesses exceptional clinical expertise, delivering effective regenerative therapies to his patients.
His commitment to innovation and mastery in his field makes him a sought-after practitioner in the world of regenerative medicine.

Contact Regenerative Masters Today & Bid Adieu to Your Wrist Pain

Using a holistic approach, our team at Regenerative Masters combines nine different treatment disciplines to coordinate care.

At our core, we’re all about helping people break free from the shackles of chronic pain and live life to the fullest. We’re dedicated to tackling pain and dysfunction head-on, targeting the root causes to improve our patient’s quality of life.

Contact us today by sending your details to info@regenerativemasters.com or calling (612)800-5096

senior woman having Rheumatoid Arthritis


Carpel tunnel syndrome is a condition that causes numbness, tingling, or weakness in your hand.
Wrist pain can result from sudden impacts, like falling forward onto an outstretched hand or repetitive stress activities, such as playing tennis or driving for extended periods. These injuries can manifest as sprains, strains, or fractures.

You can contact the specialists of Regenerative Masters by sending your details to info@regenerativemasters.com or calling (612) 800-5096.

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