For anyone with Carpal Tunnel, before you seek treatment it is important to know what the potential underlying factors could be for your hand / wrist condition.
Your Doctor can order some tests and perform some evaluations to help you determine what might be contributing to your Carpal Tunnel Symptoms.
It is very common for people with a Thyroid Condition to get CTS.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is not a disease, it is a collection of symptoms that are common to people who experience pressure on the Median Nerve due to inflammation and injury to the soft tissue in and around the narrow space of the anatomy at the base of the hand known as the Carpal Tunnel.
Many people are rushed into Carpal Tunnel Surgery before they understand the underlying causes of their condition.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms reoccur for over 85% of people after having a Carpal Tunnel Surgical Procedure. Carpal Tunnel Surgery is not a permanent fix.
The symptoms can come back within 6 months to eight years. Either way, most people find it shocking that their symptoms come back even after surgery.