The Latest On Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

“Do I Have Carpal Syndrome?”

You’re working diligently at your desk and no matter how hard to try to divert your attention, the tingling and numbness in your hand and wrist you’ve had for months now simply won’t disappear. Thinking it may just be signs of fatigue and soreness from use, you suddenly experience sharp, shooting pains pierce from your hand, through your wrist, and up your arm. If this is true for you, you may be experiencing a painful and progressively worsening condition caused by the compression of the median nerve in your wrist called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

What are the Symptoms?

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome may cause:

  • Numbness and tingling of fingers
  • Clumsiness and weak pinch or grip
  • Aching and pain in your hand or forearm that radiates to your shoulder or neck
  • Stiffness in your fingers upon waking up

There is nothing new about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. It has plagued people from all walks of life for generations. While there has been effective treatment for Carpal Tunnel through the Open Release surgery, this traditional approach is riddled with painful side effects and physical limitations after surgery.

The Cutting Edge in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment

There are now new innovative and proven techniques that effectively minimize recovery and time. The advent of the minimally invasive endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release, utilized by the Hand Specialists at NuAdvance Orthopedic and Hand Center, has revolutionized the way that Carpal Tunnel is effectively treated.

Here are some of the benefits of the endoscopic Carpal Tunnel release:

  • Procedure Less Than 5 minutes
  • No Stitches
  • Little to No Pain
  • Minimizes the Risk of Permanent Nerve Damage

What now?

If you are or have been experiencing any of the symptoms listed above, you don’t have to suffer. Read more about the advantages and what the experts of Carpal Tunnel Surgery in Houston can do for you.

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