VIDEO: Stem Cell Therapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Professional Musician, Charley D.

Yeah, hi, my name’s Charlie. I’m a professional musician. Been playing probably since I was 6 or 7. I’d say I’ve been professional since 16 or 17 – at least getting paid for it. Had a really bad problem with my wrists, carpal tunnel and both wrists. I’m a keyboard player. Basically hands were going numb. Arms were going numb. Pain in my thumbs and my fingers. Doctor said pretty much I’d have to have both hands operated and I’d be down for a few months. And my line of work, you’re not down for a few months.

So went to the clinic. They put stem cells in both wrists and I would say I probably had a range of motion, maybe 45 degrees if that much and pain. After the clinic a couple months. I’ve got pretty much 90 degrees here. No pain. My hands aren’t going numb anymore. My arms aren’t going numb.

My next shot, I guess is for my shoulder. Play a little guitar also. Country band, acoustic guitar. So it’s taken its toll on the shoulder over the years. Hopefully, the shoulder will work as well as the rest did. I sure recommend Riordan Clinic. That’s for sure. Thank you.

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About Riordan Medical Institute

Located in Dallas-Fort Worth near DFW international airport, Riordan Medical Institute combines bone marrow-derived stem cells with *amniotic tissue and *umbilical cord tissue products developed by applied stem cell research expert, Neil H. Riordan, PA, PhD, with state-of-the-art orthopedic interventions to postpone or eliminate the need for surgery, or augment a necessary surgery for faster healing and better patient outcomes.

*Birth tissue is donated by mothers after normal, healthy births.