when to get carpal tunnel surgery, carpal tunnel surgery

What You Need to Know About Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery

Repetitious motions and repetitive actions are often to blame for carpal tunnel syndrome. The National Institute of Health points to typing on a keyboard or operating a mouse as two of the primary causes of carpal tunnel.

The median nerve runs through your wrist and conveys both movement and feeling in your hand. Too much pressure on the median nerve can cause the tingling, weakness, and numbness that are the hallmarks of carpal tunnel syndrome. This complex bundle of passageways runs through your wrist to your hand through a narrow passageway – the carpal tunnel.

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recovering from hand surgery, hand surgery recovery

Our Surgeons’ Guide to Recovering From Hand Surgery

Hand surgery recovery is a delicate and often frustrating process. Be sure to follow all of your surgeon’s instruction to ensure you regain your full range of motion.

Whatever the reason for your hand surgery, you can prepare yourself by planning a hand surgery recovery timeline with the help of your orthopedic surgeon and following these helpful guidelines:

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