Gardening and Gardeners have a high incidence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

//Gardening and Gardeners have a high incidence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Gardeners have a high incidence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Spring is a time when many people get enthusiastic about Gardening and being outdoors.   Gardeners have a high incidence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.  Spring and Fall is when they get really busy with their hands and have Carpal Tunnel Symptoms flare-ups.   We can help you stay active and avoid the downtime and the pain in the wrist and sore aching hands, the numb hands and tingling fingers of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.  There is no reason to limit your activity or worry about surgery. Pruning, digging hoeing and weeding can take a toll on you hands, wrists and forearms. The good news is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can easily be controlled using the Carpal Solution Therapy. Thousands of Gardeners stay active with their hands all season long with the help of the Carpal Solution. We can help you.

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  • Numb Hands
  • Loss of feeling in finger tips
  • Wrist Pain
  • Hand Pain
  • Thumb Pain
  • Dropping Things
  • Loss of Grip Strength
  • Chronic Sleep Loss
  • Neck Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Finger Pain
  • Forearm Pain
  • Clumsiness in Hand
  • Itching Palm
  • Burning Hand Pain
  • Chronic Cold Hands
  • Hands Feel Like Sandpaper
  • Irritability / Brain Fog
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Difficulty buttoning buttons
  • Groggy during the day
  • Elbow Pain

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