Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The median nerve leading to the fingers passes through a connective tissue sheath, which is called a carpal tunnel, as it is similar to a tunnel. This tunnel becomes thicker and / or calcified and compresses the nerve passing through it. This compression results in pain and numbness in the hand fingers. Particularly the night-time of pains is typical. Diagnosis is made by EMG.
If the tightness is not very advanced, it can be improved by local injections to the wrist and by manual therapy and chiropractic. The problem usually started from the spine and there have been problems in the wrist itself. In other words, the solution can be improved by ergonomics, correction of biomechanics and exercises.
How Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treated?
Ergonomics can be improved by biomechanical correction and exercises.