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Posted on 05-18-2012
The most common cause of CTS is prolonged, repetitive movement, such as typing, using hand tools or vibrating equipment, or performing assembly line work. Other causes may be related to existing physiological conditions, such as a fractured wrist, inflammatory or nerve-damaging conditions, or changes in the body's fluid levels.
Strategic, experienced chiropractic adjustments to the wrist can provide pain management for CTS. Depending on the severity of the condition, you may also benefit from some form of physical therapy, to restore flexibility and range of motion.
Misaligned vertebrae in the neck or back may contribute to CTS. In these cases, spinal manipulation effectively treats CTS symptoms.
Please call us today at 352-243-7300 if you have concerns about CTS or need to make an appointment with our chiropractor. We know pain management is important to help you function normally, so please seek chiropractic help to prevent nerve and tissue damage.
What type of pain or pinched nerve sensations have you experienced in your wrist? What kind of care have you tried so far?
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