Category Archive: Carpal Tunnel

Dec 31

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Disability

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Disability” located at Several people in the United States have been affected by CTS, which is also considered as an “occupational disorder in the 90’s”. It has pushed many to resign from their work because they have become victims of the carpal tunnel syndrome disability. Carpal tunnel …

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Dec 30

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Symptoms

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Symptoms” located at Numbness of the hands, pain of the fingers and tingling of the palms are the most common carpal tunnel symptoms. It often occurs in the parts supplied by the median nerve such as the thumb, index finger, middle finger and half of the ring finger. …

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Dec 29

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Surgery

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Surgery” located at An orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Jonathan Cluett, said that carpal tunnel surgery could be done. It is not only available, but also can be effective in terms of treatment. However, carpal tunnel surgery is often not necessary until symptoms have shown no improvement after a long …

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Dec 28

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Recovery Reminders

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Recovery Reminders” located at After undergoing either of the open or endoscopic release surgery, it is time to get acquainted on how to recuperate from the operation. The carpal tunnel recovery depends on what type of anesthesia has been injected. If it is local and has been injected …

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Dec 27

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Procedure

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Procedure” located at When the patient’s disorder in the hand is already heavily damaged, there may be a need to undergo surgery. Carpal tunnel procedure is an operation that is also known as “release.”  The procedure can consist of two varieties, carpal tunnel open release and carpal tunnel …

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Dec 26

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Massage

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Massage” located at You are knocked out on the bed because of a hard day’s work. Most likely, nothing can awaken you, not even the noisy barking of your neighbor’s dog or the chilly breeze caressing your skin. However, you wake up to those pins and needles sensation …

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Dec 24

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Herbs and Vitamins

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Herbs and Vitamins” located at Do you ever wonder why you experience those pins and needles tingling on your foot when you squat in Indian position for quite a while? Bad circulation, you answer. That is the very reason why it pays to stand up right away to …

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Dec 23

New Article: Carpal Tunnel Ergonomics

Excerpt from the article “Carpal Tunnel Ergonomics” located at The study of how to adapt man to a machine or environment is a way that is not stressful is called workplace ergonomics.  Ergonomics studies many causes of job-related pain.  However, computers are often to blame for carpal tunnel syndrome, although they are not the …

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Dec 22

New Article: Branches of Carpal Tunnel Therapy

Excerpt from the article “Branches of Carpal Tunnel Therapy” located at There are several ways to remedy repetitive hand injuries but the most recommended by orthopedic doctors is the carpal tunnel therapy. It may be the conventional way but it is sheer natural so it does not have any side- effects. Manual treatment that …

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Dec 21

New Article: An Introduction to the Carpal Tunnel

Excerpt from the article “An Introduction to the Carpal Tunnel” located at In the human wrist there is a sheath of tough connective tissue which envelopes and protects the median nerve and tendons. It is attached to the muscles, wrist and hand bones. It is called the carpal tunnel, which refers to the space …

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