Master Occupational Therapist Recommends the Carpal Solution Treatment as the Main Stay physical therapy for treating CTS.
Mr. Alan Ward, MOT (Masters in Occupational Therapy) runs a number of clinics around Southern Utah. He has made the Carpal Solution Nighttime Stretching Treatment the main stay of his physical therapy program for treating cases of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. He states, “Since the Carpal Solution is less invasive than more traditional treatments and since it works for most people and is more convenient to use – I have made it the first choice of treatment for all my patients that experience Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.”
“It is easy to embrace an effective less invasive treatment, because it means better outcomes at lower costs, with less risks and less downtime.” In this Video Mr. Ward talks about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms, appropriate diagnosis, and best in class treatment options to manage this chronic condition of the hand and wrist.
“After 15 years of experience treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and trying to help patients recover after surgery, I have embraced a much better way to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and allow patients to avoid the risks, downtime and long rehab periods with Carpal Tunnel Surgery.”