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  1. photo Yoga for <b>Carpal</b> <b>Tunnel</b> <b>Syndrome</b>Yoga for Carpal Tunnel SyndromeArticle
    Most commonly associated with avid computer users (and I’m sure smart phones aren’t helping the situation!), Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is far more than an annoyance and can sometimes prove so painfulRead more
  2. photo How to NOT Get <b>Carpal</b> <b>Tunnel</b> <b>Syndrome</b> (Keep Those Wrists Healthy!)How to NOT Get Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Keep Those Wrists Healthy!)Article
    on your wrists and hands can set you up for carpal tunnel syndrome. But you don’t have to accept the desk worker’s fate. A few tips and carpal tunnel exercises can keep your wrists and hands healthy. CarpalRead more
  3. photo Healthy Joints: Coping With <b>Carpal</b> <b>Tunnel</b> <b>Syndrome</b>Healthy Joints: Coping With Carpal Tunnel SyndromeTreatment
    Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when tendons or ligaments in the wrist become enlarged, often from inflammation, after being aggravated. The narrowed tunnel of bones and ligamentsRead more
  4. photo Heal Yourself With Yoga: The RoundupHeal Yourself With Yoga: The RoundupArticle
    , pain-free posture… 5. Yoga for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Most commonly associated with avid computer users (and I’m sure smart phones aren’t helping the situation!), Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is far moreRead more
  5. photo Do you suffer from hypothyroidism? How to tell if your thyroid is slowDo you suffer from hypothyroidism? How to tell if your thyroid is slowNews
    by chiropractic, but thehas to be healed in order for the pain to stop reoccurring. Carpal tunnel also a common symptom. This syndrome is often primarily caused or solely caused by thyroid problems. And lastRead more
  6. photo 'Active Release Technique' provides safe, effective healing for common injuries'Active Release Technique' provides safe, effective healing for common injuriesNews
    , muscles, tendons, fascia and nerves. Several health conditions can be treated including plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, shin splints, sciatica, tennis elbow, shoulder and back painRead more
  7. photo 9 ways for sufferers of <b>carpal</b> <b>tunnel</b> <b>syndrome</b> to find relief9 ways for sufferers of carpal tunnel syndrome to find reliefNews
    with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) do?Protect the wrists The most commonsensical thing to do is simply rest the wrists. Try to keep the hands warm, as pain and stiffness are more likely whenRead more
  8. photo Hand Exercise In <b>Carpal</b> <b>Tunnel</b> <b>Syndrome</b>Hand Exercise In Carpal Tunnel SyndromeArticle
    If you’re dealing with carpal tunnel syndrome, these exercises will help you maintain finger and joint flexibility. This simple workout will only take a few minutes, so why not tryRead more
  9. photo Hand Exercise In <b>Carpal</b> <b>Tunnel</b> <b>Syndrome</b>Hand Exercise In Carpal Tunnel SyndromeArticle
    , and they will also improve your circulation and reduce any swellings. Do exercises that involve your arms more often. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition in people who do the same movements on a dailyRead more
  10. photo Emu oil: The Aboriginal healing miracle that should be in every medicine cabinetEmu oil: The Aboriginal healing miracle that should be in every medicine cabinetNews
    use ofalso relieves: carpal tunnel syndrome, gum disease, migraine headaches, high blood pressure and and rheumatoid arthritis. Not all emu oils are equal, however. Since different grades of theareRead more

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Carpal tunnel syndrome

Disease

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a median entrapment neuropathy that causes paresthesia, pain, numbness, and other symptoms in the distribution of the median nerve due to its compression at the wrist in the carpal tunnel. The mechanism is not completely understood but can be considered compression of the median nerve traveling through the carpal tunnel. It appears to be caused by a combination...More