Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when one of the hand’s major nerves is compressed as it paves its way through the wrist. This condition causes the hand and arm to feel pain, tingling, and numbness.
In most cases, if the condition is left untreated it can get worse over time. Early diagnosis and treatment are highly recommended to relieve the symptoms. The treatment may require simple methods, such as limiting certain activities, or wearing a hand splint.
Carpal tunnel syndrome affects millions of people every year. However, despite the high percentage rate, there are still a lot of misconceptions about the condition and how the treatment should look.
Now it’s time to get those misconceptions straight, so here are the five facts you should know about carpal tunnel syndrome.
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