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Life can be complicated without the use of either hand. Here are doctor's opinions on whether Carpal Tunnel Surgery on both hands is a good idea.
Ice or Heat for Carpal Tunnel?? When Carpal Tunnel pain begins to flare up, you may be wondering, “Should I use Ice or Heat for Carpal Tunnel?” Not every ailment or syndrome requires the same temperate treatment. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of both,
If an elder member of your family has Carpal Tunnel, you may be wondering “I am at a higher risk of getting Carpal Tunnel pain as well?”.
Your instincts to avoid Carpal Tunnel Surgery are well founded. Carpal Tunnel Surgery has a success rate based on patient surveys of less than 60% for the first surgical procedure.
Chronic sleep deprivation from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is not something that you want to ignore. Unless it is treated correctly under the direction of Doctors with experience, it will only get worse.
I don’t have insurance. Can you recommend a Carpal Tunnel Treatment I can do at home that actually works?
I have high Deductible Health Insurance. I could afford years of natural therapy and still be ahead financially, if I can avoid surgery. Is there a way to prevent Carpal Tunnel Surgery?
While it is not common, some patients report their hands have lost their feeling sensation and feel rough like sandpaper or insulated from the things they touch.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a complex condition with many different potential causes. So, where can you find doctors answer to questions they may not immediately know the answer to?