Game Reserve Guide Cures Carpal Tunnel in South Africa
Professional drivers of all kinds have a high incidence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Game Reserve Guides in Africa spend a lot of time behind the wheel of open top Range Rovers going over rough terrain on photo safaris. Since they are always seek close-up encounters, they often they find themselves under stressful conditions where they have to maneuver the SUV and their clients quickly out of harm’s way.
“I have been leading photo safaris in private game reserves for over a decade. It is rewarding work. Every day is different. But each day is full of adventure and the wonders of animals interacting in the wild. I never get bored. We go out early in the morning before dawn and are out on evening tours until after dark.
We do get a daily siesta, since the animals are less active in the heat of the day. At dusk the action begins and the hunt is on. Most predators do their work under the cover of darkness. So, at dusk and at dawn is when we tend to see the most interesting situations.
Griping the steering wheel did not cause any pain. Shifting gears was also pain free. I had just gotten used to the pain and suffered through it – thinking I was just getting older and that it was normal.
I wondered if the pain and sleep issues with CTS, were going to push me into a desk job before my time.
Now, I feel like a new man with the Carpal Solution Treatment and am planning to be a field guide for another 15 – 20 years. I love what I do and can’t really imagine not leading photo safaris here in the land that I love.
It is so rewarding sharing this place with people from all over the world. Most people find it life changing.
The Carpal Solution gave me my life back. If you have these symptoms, you should check it out too. It comes with a money back guarantee. You can’t lose really.”
Private Game Reserve
Kruger National Park