Hand numbness at night & tingling in the hands and pain in wrists may be indicators of the early stages of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) or Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI).
Nerve pain often affects all people differently. Click here to learn what nerve pain feels like and how it relates to Carpal Tunnel.
With the proliferation of PDA devices, cell phones, and other wireless gadgets, more and more on the go Americans are reporting thumb numbness, pain in the thumb, and generalized inflammation in hands and extremities.
Do you perform repetitive activities during the day such as cutting hair, keyboarding, or mousing? Are you experiencing numbness in your hands and wrists at night or other carpal tunnel symptoms?
Are you been experiencing hand pain as the result of repetitive activities, like musical instrument practicing, hair styling, daily computer keyboarding, using the computer mouse, or assembly-line work?
One of the first signals people have that they are getting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is that they start dropping things accidentally on a regular basis. Are you dropping things?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affects over 60 million people worldwide. But what exactly is Carpal Tunnel?
Carpal Tunnel is the most common RSI of the hands and is responsible for the most lost time in the workplace or any other work related injury. So What can be done about CTS?
With the continual reliance on technology and devices, repetitive strain injury to the wrists, hands, and fingers growing by leaps and bounds every year.
Nerve pain can be confusing. Find out information on how the pain in your neck, shoulder, or elbow could actually be caused by Carpal Tunnel.