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Archive for January, 2010


What is Pregnancy CARPAL TUNNEL? When does it go away?”

Expectant mothers often experience many of the symptoms of CTS, although there is nothing wrong with their wrists, their median nerve nor their Carpal Tunnel. So, what is causing the problem? It’s a result of extra fluid in their body from their pregnancy. The good news is that no permanent damage will result. The condition [...]

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Who Gets Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports about 28,000 CTS cases a year. Because so many sufferers opt for surgery, it has become the leading cause of lost workdays in the United States. Women are more likely to suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) than men. Of the 31,457 cases reported during a recent year, [...]

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What are the Symptons of CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME?

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome’s symptoms can range from mild tingling in your palm and fingers to complete numbness and grow to excruciating wrist, arm and hand pain. Watch for burning, tingling, itching and numbness at night, particularly of your thumb and your index finger. Some sufferers report a sensation in the fingers that make their hand [...]

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Eliminate Your Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Everybody has a “Carpal Tunnel.” Doctors call it the “fibro-osseous canal.” It is a narrow, rigid passage made of bones and ligaments at the base of your hand. It houses various tendons and that all-important median nerve. In Latin, it’s called the canalis carpi or the sulcus carpi. It is the fibro-osseous passageway on the [...]

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What causes CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME?

Everybody has a “Carpal Tunnel.” Doctors call it the “fibro-osseous canal.” It is a narrow, rigid passage made of bones and ligaments at the base of your hand. It houses various tendons and that all-important median nerve. In Latin, it’s called the canalis carpi or the sulcus carpi. It is the fibro-osseous passageway on the [...]

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