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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the nerve that extends from your forearm into the palm of your hand becomes pressed at the wrist, resulting in discomfort. This can be caused from repetitive movements in the hands such as typing or writing; as well as conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, autoimmune disorders or fractures/trauma to the wrist.

  •      Tingling in pain of hand and fingers
  •      Fingers feel swollen
  •      Weakness in hand
  •      Splinting
  •      Over the counter drugs
  •      Avoid tasks that provoke symptoms
  •      Prescription medications
  •      Surgery
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