Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Although CTS is reasonably common, there are often overlapping symptoms from other neurological conditions that can contribute. Holding your arm and hands in one position causes pressure on the median nerve in the wrist, which is commonly known as carpal tunnel syndrome. This disorder affects more than 3 million people every year.
Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome can occur at any time and vary from person to person and may be in one hand or both.
- Tingling – begins with index & middle finger
- Pain – which can travel to forearm & shoulder
- Numbness – in fingers & palm of hand
- Weakness – in fingers & or thumbs
Managing and Treating CTS
How we can help