Susan Interior Designer Mesa, Arizona
Interior Designer had Carpal Tunnel Surgery on both hands – worked initially, then it came back in both.
The Carpal Tunnel Surgery was successful for Susan. However, Susan was surprised to find her symptoms came back after just 4 years. The Surgeon had acted like Surgery would be a permanent fix for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Carpal Tunnel Symptoms reoccurring with hand pain, numbness, wrist pain and sleep deprivation coming back after Carpal Tunnel Surgery is a common event.
Over 90% of patients report Carpal Tunnel Symptoms come back within anywhere from 1 Year to 10 years. The problem is a second surgery has only a 35 – 40% success rate based on patient surveys due to scar tissue formation causing complications with recovery.
You can’t just keep repeating Carpal Tunnel Surgery. Medical Text Books and Experts on Carpal Tunnel say patients should not have more than 2 attempts at surgery for Carpal Tunnel on any one hand. Surgery is a dangerous path for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
1st surgeries have a 50 – 60% success rate and 2nd Surgeries only have a 35 – 40% success rate. Third Surgical procedures are strongly discouraged by the experts due to scar tissue and a high probability of complications and long recovery periods post-surgery.
Susan’s experience with Carpal Tunnel Post-Operation Symptoms returning is more common than uncommon. Over 90% of patients find their Carpal Tunnel Symptoms come back within 2 – 10 years.
There is a much better way to go for treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Watch Susan Tell her Carpal Tunnel Journey by clicking on the picture of Susan above.
Susan tells how she was able to find a natural stretching treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that worked even after a surgical procedure when the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Come back.
She can now do all her hobbies and continue consulting as an interior design professional and not worry about Carpal Tunnel Symptoms slowing her down.
If you have had surgery and your symptoms come back you need to watch this video. Do not undergo a second surgery for Carpal Tunnel Release. With a second surgery success rate of 35 -40% the odds of success are too low.
As a senior with carpal tunnel syndrome, there is no reason to have surgery and take that risks.
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