“6 Great Stretches to Stop Carpal Tunnel Pain & Problems”
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If you are having numbness at night, tingling and or pain in the fingers, specifically the thumb, index, and middle fingers that are preventing you from handling small objects, forceful grasping, writing or using a computer keyboard and mouse and making you feel like you can’t function at your best level, there is help.
Here are some tips that can help make you better fast.
A lot of the conventional treatments such as heat to affected area only promotes increased edema.
This problem requires night time splinting. Minimize repetitive/sustained activities of the hands and perform tendon and nerve glides.
In severe cases if ignored muscle wasting can occur resulting in weakness and loss of function. Ultimately leading to having surgery.
If you are serious about getting better and want to be able to handle small objects, forcefully grasp objects, write or use a computer keyboard and mouse without pain and feel like you have your life back, then read below.
One quick tip for you to do on your own is purchase a wrist splint and perform tendon and nerve glides/stretches.
In the meantime, follow these instructions now to get a jumpstart on faster healing:
Things you should NOT do for the next two weeks:
- Sustained activities lasting longer than 20 minutes.
- Be wary of prolonged anti-inflammatory drug use and repeated cortisone injections.
Just so you know, I’m not just someone spewing advice, my name is Douglas Fischer and I have 25+ years experience treating repetitive use injuries like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome as well as having Carpal Tunnel myself.
And the reason why I’m shedding light onto this problem is because Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that causes pain, numbness and weakness in the hands. It can make the simplest tasks difficult.