The Latest Non Surgical Treatments for Carpal Tunnel
February 19, 2017•10 min
The most common cause of hand or wrist pain we treat is carpal tunnel syndrome. Over time, prolonged positions — such as typing on a keyboard — can cause swelling along the carpal tunnel. This narrow passageway allows nerves and tendons to reach your fingers. Swelling can press down on the nerve, resulting in feeling pain in the hands, numbness or tingling with activity, cramping, or difficulty performing routine tasks.Listen as David Harsha, MD discusses different treatment options for CTS according to levels of severity – i.e. how advanced does the disorder need to be to qualify for his non-surgical treatment.