Carpal tunnel syndrome is painful and results in missed work. It is commonly associated with computer work or repetitive activity involving the hands and wrists. However, there may be an underlying medical condition contributing to carpal tunnel syndrome, including:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
Most people can treat carpal tunnel conservatively with non-surgical interventions. If these methods have failed, then surgery may be the next step. Before committing to surgical intervention, many patients first try to educate themselves about the process of undergoing carpal tunnel surgery in Boca Raton or Boynton Beach. In this blog post, we aim to help with this by answering some of the more common questions about carpal tunnel syndrome and surgery.
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