Regenerative Hand and Wrist Pain Treatment for Pain-Free Movement

Offering minimally invasive hand and wrist pain treatments so that your life becomes less challenging and you can better perform your daily tasks.



    Most hand and wrist discomfort occurrences are not indicative of a significant or long-term condition and will heal by itself in several days with some easy self-care hand pain relief home remedies and you won’t require any extensive hand pain treatment. Several illnesses, including arthritis, can trigger pain or other sensations/discomfort in the hands and wrists. Each hand and wrist is made up of 27 tiny bones.

    Your wrist has eight of those bones. Each finger and thumb have three bones, but the thumb only has two. The palms of your hand contain five bones that link each finger and thumb to the wrist. More than 30 muscles control the hand and wrist.

    Tendons connect muscles to bones. These are modest yet tenacious swaths of fibrous tissue. Any infection, disease or deformity in these small but essential parts of your hands can trigger pain and reduced mobility, and that’s why it must be appropriately addressed with hand pain treatment in Manchester.

    We now utilise keyboards, phones, and mouse pads regularly. This puts a lot of strain/stress on our wrists, causing them to wear out. To regain your wrist’s function and movement, regenerative therapies use cells that can mend the injured area and create new tissues. The operation is minimally invasive, and there is no chance of rejection because these cells are derived from your own body. On the other hand, steroids and operations are accompanied by severe dangers and may only temporarily hide the pain, leading to the likelihood of growing new issues. Contact us today to know how our regenerative therapies can help to get relief from shoulder, knee, elbow, foot, hip, and hand pain.


We here at Orthocure offer regenerative hand pain treatment and therapies for the following conditions.

Minimally invasive hand and wrist pain treatment to provide you with better quality of life

We know that the wrist is an important joint in our body that allows us to conduct a variety of tasks every day. Regenerative therapy for wrists is a breakthrough alternative treatment approach that treats hand and wrist discomfort using natural components from your body. Non-surgical Regenerative Therapy and (PRP) injections are next-generation Regenerative Treatments that address the underlying cause of wrist, hand, or finger pain rather than merely the symptoms.

Current Hand Conditions and Injuries Treated by Our Specialist

Trigger thumb/finger

Trigger thumb/finger

A trigger finger is a problem that involves discomfort, stiffness, and the sense that your finger is freezing or catching as you flex and extend it. “Stenosing tenosynovitis” is another name for the ailment.

Hand osteoarthritis

Hand osteoarthritis

Arthritis may develop in various locations of the hand and wrist and can be caused by several factors. If arthritis is not addressed, the bones that make up the joint might lose their typical structure over time.

Radial tenosynovitis

Radial tenosynovitis

De Quervain’s tendinosis develops when the tendons at the root of the thumb become inflamed or compressed.

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Are you tired of searching for how to relieve hand pain treatment? Let us help you. Our hands are necessary for daily functioning. The anatomy of the hand is complicated and complex. Our hands require feeling and movement in the joints, tendons, and muscles to operate. When a problem occurs in hand, attention must be paid to the many types of tissues that allow the hand to operate.

Orthocure has extensive knowledge of the anatomy of the hand and the wrist, elbow, and arm. When appropriate, cautious non-surgical regeneration therapy is advised to address these issues. Our doctors have the required expertise and experience to serve you with the finest possible treatment. To learn more about hand pain treatments, please get in touch with us immediately. 

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Want to get rid of your hand and wrist pain? Contact us today so we can guide you about our regenerative hand and wrist pain treatments.

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Most frequent questions and answers

Why are my hands hurting so much?

The most common reason of hand discomfort is arthritis (inflammation of one or more joints). It may happen everywhere in the body, but it’s most frequent in the hands and wrists. There are about 100 distinct varieties of arthritis, with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis being the most frequent. 

How is Radial tenosynovitis diagnosed?

To diagnose De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, your doctor will use a variety of tests, such as applying pressure to the thumb area of your wrist and observing whether or not it causes discomfort. The doctor will then do a Finkelstein test, in which you will bend your thumb over your palm. Curl your remaining fingers down over the thumb to form a fist. You will be extending your tendons while you do this. You have radial tenosynovitis if the thumb region of your wrist aches. Typically, your doctor will not order an X-ray, MRI, or ultrasound scan to identify this issue.

What are the initial symptoms of arthritis in your hands?

Initial symptoms of arthritis in hand pain includes

  • Pain. Pain is a frequent early indication of hand and finger arthritis. 
  • Swelling. Overuse might cause joint swelling. 
  • Warm to the touch. Swelling can sometimes make joints feel warm to the touch. 
  • The sensation of stiffness. 
  • Bending of the intermediate joint 
  • Twitching and numbness. 
  • Bumps on the fingertips. 
  • Weakness.

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Imagine the possibility where you don’t need pain medication or the need for a medical operation can be sustained or eliminated. There are now therapies available that may increase your body’s natural ability to repair thanks to modern regenerative medicine technology. If you want to learn more about it, please contact us right now.