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Any time you submit to a surgical procedure there is a risk of infection. It is considered as one of the major risks associated with any surgery. But what about Carpal Tunnel surgery?
Carpal Tunnel Pain and Numbness can be excruciating causing anxiety, worry and sleepless nights. Are there options that do not involve surgery?
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CARPAL TUNNEL SURGERY ARTICLES
Our most popular article on Carpal Tunnel surgery. If you want information or you are considering surgery, this is a great place to start.
Endoscopic Surgery is a type of surgery that allows the Surgeon to make only two or three small incisions big enough to allow an endoscope and surgical tools on tubes to pass under the skin and through the tissue to the Transverse Carpal Ligament.
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.