Chronic Hand Pain:
A Common Issue

With 27 bones in each hand and wrist it’s very common hands frequently develop chronic pain

Since we use our hands for most day-to-day activities, we also face daily risks that put the health of our hands at risk. Performing repetitive tasks frequently can wear down certain ligaments and joint cartilage when holding your hand in compromising positions requiring prolonged extension or flexion. This ultimately can cause muscles to become inflamed and swell. Age also plays a major role as osteoarthritis is more likely to develop in someone the older, they get.


At Concept Chiropractic + Regenerative Medicine, we offer a diagnostic ultrasound with every consultation. By using ultrasound, we effectively reduce the “guesswork” that other doctors struggle with without the modern technology we offer.

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Osteoarthritis is often confused with rheumatoid arthritis which causes inflammation of joints throughout the entire body. Given their parallel symptoms and both being a type of arthritis, it’s common for a doctor to misdiagnosis one as the other or vice versa. Accurately diagnosing rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis also has its problems as doctors can mistake it for other inflammatory conditions! This is just one example of misdiagnosing… below are some of the other common wrist and hand issues we can treat at CCRM:

  • Osteoarthritis of Wrist/Hand
  • Osteoarthritis of Thumb/1st Carpal-Metacarpal
  • Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC)
  • De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis (Thumb Tendinitis)

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A Smarter Alternative

Most chronic hand pain needs an extensive treatment process to slow down or stop the degeneration process. Most people believe that extensive action has to either be surgery or a prescription drug, but this couldn’t be further from reality. Concept Chiropractic and Regenerative Medicine wants you to know that you have other options when it comes to approaching your chronic pain, and those options don’t have to be invasive or change your lifestyle.

Why Go With Concept Chiropractic and Regenerative Medicine?

Most people reporting “bone on bone” from their doctors’ reports actually show more than sufficient cartilage is still living in their knee! We can SEE the cartilage with our diagnostic ultrasound technology with every patient.

Meniscus tears most commonly occur in the medial meniscus where the most blood supply is located. This makes the meniscus receptive to the repairing growth factors from your body.

An unstable knee is often the result of weakness of the surrounding musculature and laxity of knee ligaments, along with other structures. CCRM can visualize and dynamically test the structural integrity of your knee under live ultrasound imaging. This helps to provide specific treatment to the involved ligaments.

Avoid the PAIN and RISK and COST and DOWN TIME of surgery. We are here for you every step of the way!

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At Concept Chiropractic and Regenerative Medicine, we take the time to really listen to all our patients to ensure we understand their problem(s) and proceed more effectively with their care. Then, we can accurately diagnosis your problem which helps us devise a customized treatment plan for you. You will receive healthcare that is customized to help you meet your specific needs, overall lifestyle, and personal goals. Are you ready to take control of your life? Reach out today!


All our staff are trained medical professionals who care about all our patients.


The doctors at our clinic are experts in the field of regenerative medicine and give you the very best quality care.


We use the latest technology to ensure an accurate diagnosis of your problem and the best course of treatment.


By receiving a safe, non-surgical, non-invasive procedure you can significantly reduce your recovery and downtime.