Category Archives for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Is It Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or a Pinched Nerve?

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common complaint presented to chiropractic offices. Usually, patients wait for weeks, months, or even years before seeking care, thus making management more challenging.

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Why Does My Wrist Hurt So Bad at Night?

For those who have carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), it’s no surprise that CTS is frequently most expressive during the night, often to the point of interrupting sleep and/or making it difficult to fall

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Five Stretches to Help Your Hand Pain/Tingling/Numbness

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a debilitating disorder affecting the median nerve as it passes through the wrist and into the hand. In addition, median nerve compression can also occur in the neck region, making

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Hand Pain and Its Causes

When hand pain strikes, it can be a difficult problem to deal with since we use our hands for so much; our work, our play. It can also be distressing psychologically to have a part of your body not working

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The “Many Faces” of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) can present with a very mild, occasional numbness or tingling in the thumb, index, middle, and ring fingers and may never progress much beyond that point. But, for other patients,

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Hand Pain For No Reason?

We have been treating hand pain in Plano for over 10 years. Every week, many people come to our clinic with hand pain that has no apparent cause. Some say they woke up with it…others say it just came

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Do I Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

  Many people believe they have carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). The majority have been told by their medical doctor that they have CTS. Others have mistakenly concluded that because they have some

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