“It bothered me since 1971. It has hurt ever since. It would hurt a lot when I was using the cane for walking. But it’s all gone now. I would advise them to get the plasma shot. That’s what stopped my hurting”
There are few daily activities that don’t make use of the hands and wrists. They are vital to daily life and highly prone to wear and injury, regardless of age. From nerve-related injuries, arthritis, tears, sprains and fractures, the average person will likely suffer a problem with their hands in their lifetime.
At Rising Integrative Healthcare, we seek to aid our patients in finding solutions to manage and resolve their pain without reliance on surgery and medications. Most of our patients are able to avoid the use of common drugs like Gabapentin and Neurontin, relying instead on a proprietary vitamin blend that aids healing and repair of damaged nerves associated with neuropathy.
We also use electrical stimulation and laser therapy to increase local circulation, allowing oxygen and nutrition deeper into tissues where needed. This is crucial as patients often have poor circulation and swelling.
Treatment protocols at Rising Integrative Healthcare are based on extensive medical research that shows electrochemical treatment has over an 80% success rate, with success defined when there is over a 60% improvement in symptoms.
Patient improvements include decreased pain levels, decreased numbness, sleeping better, and reduction of paresthesias which resembles insects crawling across the skin.
Patients typically see improvement within several weeks, while some report improvement after one treatment.
For patients that suffer from hand and wrist-related orthopedic conditions such as Carpal Tunnel and weakness in grip strength, we also offer amniotic injections that increase healing to injured tissue. We also suggest this treatment protocol for people with elbow-related injuries and pain.
Are you experiencing reduced productivity and quality of life due to hand and wrist pain? Please contact our team today by filling out the form below or by calling our office at (252) 321-3579. Your first step begins with a free consultation at one of our four convenient locations to evaluate your symptoms and determine if we have a suitable treatment to relieve your pain, numbness, or tingling.