Symptoms After Carpal Tunnel Surgery
“Why do I still have symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome even after Carpal Tunnel Surgery?”
Patients are often surprised to find that they still have Carpal Tunnel Symptoms even after Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery. It can be extremely disappointing and even frustrating for a patient to undergo the risks and potential complications of a surgical procedure without getting relief of the symptoms. This is fairly common with Carpal Tunnel Surgery. Why is this the case?
In the surgical procedure the surgeon severs the transverse carpal ligament and then sutures up the skin over the severed ligament with the hope that the ligament will grow back together with more space. Sometimes the ligament grows back with more space and other times it grows back with the same space as before.
Sometimes the transverse carpal ligament grows back together with less space than before surgery, due to the formation of scar tissue. In this case, CTS symptoms get much worse after surgery than they were before the procedure.
All in all, patients surveys suggest that surgery is successful 50% to 60% of the time. The symptoms actually get worse for about 5% to 8% of people after Carpal Tunnel Surgery than they were before surgery.
This is one of the reasons why surgery is considered a last resort for treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Also, even when surgery is successful, the symptoms come back for over two thirds of patients within 2 to 7 years. Repeat Surgical procedures have even a lower success rate due to increased scar tissue and damage to the structures around the Carpal Tunnel in the first surgery.
Many patients ask why undergo a relatively long rehabilitation after surgery and expose myself to the risks of a surgical procedure when the success rate is so low and even when successful, the symptoms come back within 2 to 7 years? That is a very good question.
Before you submit to surgery you should try clinically documented treatment protocols with a high success rate that carry no risks of complications.
There is still hope after Carpal Tunnel Sugery.
If you have had Carpal Tunnel Surgery and still have symptoms. Do not despair. There is hope. The Carpal Solution Therapy works for a high percentage of patients even after an unsuccessful surgery. You must wait for at least two months after surgery to assure that the incisions have completely healed before you use the Carpal Solution Therapy.
The Carpal Solution Therapy is what Neurologists call: “The best first line of defense for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.” Most patients call it their Carpal Tunnel Cure. It is definitely the treatment you should try before surgery because it is so easy to use and presents no risks. There is a money back guarantee from First Hand Medical.
The Carpal Solution Therapy was developed by doctors and is clinically documented, FDA Registered and works for 97% of patients. It is safe and presents no risks of complications to the patient. It represents a better way to treat this persistent nerve condition.
Do not put your hands at risk to a surgical procedure with such a low success rate and a high probably that the symptoms will come return. Try the Carpal Solution today, you will be glad you did!
How does The Carpal Solution compare to surgery?
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Watch the video of Dr. Robin, The founder of Your Wellness Connection in Shawnee, Kansas, discuss Carpal Tunnel Treatment and Carpal Tunnel Surgery.