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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Do you ever get woken up by pins and needles in your hands? It could be carpal tunnel syndrome. This is where the poor median nerve is compressed or irritated where it passes through the tunnel at the wrist. We have lots of techniques to help the nerve out on its path into the hand, like mobilising the wrist joint, splinting at night and releasing the arm muscles. However, our therapists know there can be more to it than that. Actually, some research shows that up to 60% of carpal tunnel patients also have a problem at the neck that is also irritating the nerve, sometimes without any neck symptoms. Our therapists will look at everything from the neck down to make sure we are really getting to the bottom of what the problem is.



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