Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome affects a considerable percentage of the population. Although it affects mostly women, it is also common in men, particularly those who do manual work.
If the condition is allowed to progress it can necessitate injections into the wrist and ultimately surgery to relieve pressure on the nerve that becomes compressed, the Median nerve.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatments
However, carpal tunnel syndrome treatment techniques aim to reduce pressure on the nerve and mobilise it within the carpal tunnel, this helps to reduce the pain and disability this troublesome condition can cause and avoid the need for more radical treatment.
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