Are there ways to treat Carpal Tunnel without surgery?
Charleston, South Carolina
Carpal Tunnel Answers by Doctors:
This is a great question Robert, since Carpal Tunnel Surgery has only a 50 to 60 percent success rate and CTS comes back within 6 months to 7 years after surgery for 85% of people. Having a surgery performed on any condition that comes back is not ideal.
Any surgery has a lot of risks and potential complications. The same is true with Carpal Tunnel Surgery. So, most people do not want to repeatedly exposure themselves to the risks with repeated surgical procedures.
Also, the rehabilitation, after Carpal Tunnel Surgery, can take anywhere from six weeks to one year. Another thing to consider is that there is often permanent loss of grip strength and permanent tenderness at the point of incision following a surgical procedure for Carpal Tunnel. So, you are thinking about treating CTS in the right way.
There are other many options for treating Carpal Tunnel, and it can be confusing to know where to turn. Most options you find online will not put your symptoms in remission. There are a lot of tall claims.
However, if you want to avoid surgery, it is best to start with a treatment option that has the highest chance of working to relieve you symptoms quickly without downtime, without complications, at the minimum cost, with a money back guarantee.
Doctors have developed an effective treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome called the Carpal Solution Therapy. This is a treatment that is clinically documented and backed by doctors. It is an over-the-counter medical product so you can get it without a prescription.
Most importantly the Carpal Solution Treatment works for 97% of people with Carpal Tunnel Symptoms. The money back guarantee gives people confidence to go forward without worry. It is the only product backed by Doctors with a money back guarantee offered by a legitimate medical device company.
You simply apply the disposable stretch taping devices to your hand and customize the fit and set the stretching tension each night before you go to bed. Then in the morning you take the Carpal Solution device off your hand when you wake up.
The Carpal Solution provides eight hours of gentle consistent stretching. It restores flexibility to the soft tissue and restores full blood circulation to your hand. This allows your body’s natural healing process to take over dispersing swelling and relieving pressure on the Median Nerve. Once the pressure is gone, the numbness, tingling , wrist pain and itchy feeling in the palm goes away.
Most people get relief of their worst symptoms within two to three weeks and complete remission within the Six Week Protocol developed by the Doctors. It is a cyclical condition. So, once CTS goes away it will stay away for 2 to 7 years for most people. When it comes back, you simply reapply the stretch taping system for the Six Week Treatment Protocol. No risks, No downtime and No Complications.
Neurologists call the Carpal Solution Therapy: “The best first line treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.”
Since Carpal Tunnel comes back no matter how you treat it. It is important to choose a treatment option that relies on your body’s natural healing processes and does not involve risks or downtime. It is also important that the treatment is convenient and inexpensive. The Carpal Solution therapy fit all these criteria and it works for a high percentage of people.
So, Yes there is a way to treat Carpal Tunnel without Surgery. The Carpal Solution Treatment is the best option. We can help You!
You will find all the information you need on this website to help you make a good decision on treating your Carpal Tunnel condition. If you have additional questions click on FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section or peruse the Carpal Tunnel Q&A in this Carpal Tunnel Blog section, or feel free to ask your question to the experts by clicking on the “Send Your Questions to Our Carpal Tunnel Experts” button in the lower left hand corner of any webpage.
If you would like to know more about how the Carpal Solution Treatment works click here.
A review of other treatment options that do not involve surgery click here