Posts in the ‘Carpal Tunnel Syndrome’ Category

Self Help Guide To Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A “Self Help” Guide To Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) has a bad reputation for coming and going, sometimes for years, depending on many factors such as 1) age; 2) profession (fast, repetitive, with forceful gripping); 3) general health (diabetes, hypothyroid, and inflammatory arthritis (like rheumatoid), pregnancy, on birth control pills, or taking

Carpal Tunnel & Neck Pain – The Great Mystery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Neck Pain – The Great Mystery! Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) develops when the median nerve is pinched at the palm-side of the wrist causing numbness in the index, third, and thumb-side half of the ring/fourth finger.  Since the median nerve passes through the neck, it’s possible that dysfunction in the neck

Carpal Tunnel Surgery – When Is It Needed?

Carpal Tunnel Surgery – When Is It Needed? Carpal Tunnel Surgery is serious business, so it’s best to consider all options before resorting to it. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) often responds well to non-surgical care and there is good evidence supporting chiropractic treatment for CTS.  But the question frequently arises, “When should I consider surgery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – 6 Facts You Need To Know! | Chiropractor Mechanicsville

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – 6 Facts You Need To Know! SYMPTOMS:  CTS complaints include numbness, pain, tingling, and/or weakness of the hand (especially fingers two, three, and four).  While this can be constant, it usually comes and goes. ONSET:  CTS usually comes on gradually.  However, the length of time over which it progresses can be


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