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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) 2017-10-09T17:47:31+00:00

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
(CTS)

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the result of compression of the median nerve. It causes pain, discomfort numbness and tingling in the wrist and fingers and thumbs. It can also result in weakness in the arm particularly in gripping. Presently CTS is treated with wearing a wrist splint, corticosteroid or gabapentin injections. When pain is chronic and no signs of relief  is not forthwith coming surgery is used to cut the transverse carpal ligament to relief the discomfort and pain.

Bio-mechanical and chemical processes taken place?

Take a look at the forearm and hands. Simulate that you are at a computer typing. Move you fingers as if you are typing on a keyboard. Look at your fingers and the connecting tissue running up your arm. Turn over your hand and look at the underside of your hand. What do you see? The symptoms are in the carpal tunnel however, problem is a result of the movement of the extensor and flexor muscles.

Why DEMOR HotSpot Therapy?

Therapist explore, locate and activate these “HotSpots”. They are isolated and treated with compression. Yes it’s painful but it relieves the tension and chemical bond of tissue thus relieving pressure on the carpal tunnel, learn more about HotSpot Therapy.

Muscles of forearm anterior and posterior view