TFCC (Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex) Tears
Are you currently suffering from Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex Tears, and seem to be at a dead end? Do you feel as though there is no hope for you and you just need to deal with the pain at all time? The professionals at Miami Stem Cell are here to inform you that there is a solution that can get you on the road to recovery quicker! Our secret? TFCC Tear Treatment. With our experts who specialize in regenerative medicine, we make sure all of our Miami patients get the care they are looking for and receive the results they seek.
What Are TFCC (Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex) Tears?
The triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is a cartilage structure located on the small finger side of the wrist that, cushions and supports the small carpal bones in the wrist. The TFCC keeps the forearm bones (radius and ulna) stable when the hand grasps or the forearm rotates. An injury or tear to the TFCC can cause chronic wrist pain. These are the common two types of tears:
- Type 1 tears are called traumatic tears. Falling on an outstretched hand and excessive arm rotation are the most common causes.
- Type 2 TFCC tears are degenerative or chronic. They can occur over time and with age. The degenerative process wears the cartilage down over time. Some inflammatory disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout, may also contribute to Type 2 TFCC tears.
Common symptoms include the following:
- Pain, at the base of the small finger side of the wrist
- Pain worsens as the wrist is bent from side to side
- Swelling in the wrist
- Painful clicking in the wrist
- Loss of grip strength
Anyone can get a TCFF tear, however, it occurs most often in those who fall on an outstretched hand. Athletes, especially, are at risk. It is most common with those who use a racquet, bat or club and those who put a lot of pressure on the wrist such as gymnasts. Degenerative tears are more common in people over 50. Medical attention should be sought as soon as possible after an injury to the wrist.
We Offer TFCC Tear Treatment
There are non-surgical treatment options that include: splints, anti-inflammatory medication, cortisone injections, and ultrasound therapy. While these methods are all effective, we specialize in regenerative medicine and stem cell research that have proven to get results. Miami Stem Cell’s mission is to control orthopedic related pain and suffering by using the latest and most innovative Regenerative Medicine therapy procedures available today. As one of the leading stem cell institutes in the United States, we pride ourselves in providing top-notch service in the field of Regenerative Medicine, a branch of medicine that is now being considered as one of the most promising fields in modern medicine. At Miami Stem Cell, the safety of our patients is always our top priority, and we strictly adhere to all FDA mandates and regulations, in order to deliver the best results, in the safest form and for the benefit of all our patients.
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You are seeking for TFCC tear treatment and we are here for you. Relieve your pain today with our regenerative medicine. Located in Miami, Miami Stem Cell has the treatment you have been long awaiting. Our mission is to control orthopedic related pain and suffering by using the latest and most innovative regenerative medicine therapy procedures available today. If you have any pain regarding your knee or back, contact us today and see how we can make that pain go away. Make an appointment and begin the healing immediately.
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