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Carpal Tunnel Treatment

Carpal Tunnel Treatment Services at 1st Choice Health & Wellness

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Have you been experiencing pain, numbness or weakness in your hand related to carpal tunnel syndrome? This painful condition can grow worse over time if you continue to do the same activities and do not find professional carpal tunnel treatment. At 1st Choice Health & Wellness, your chiropractor in New Albany, our team is devoted to providing the highest level of care to carpal tunnel syndrome patients and getting them back on the road to recovery.

Read on for information about carpal tunnel syndrome, its symptoms and how your chiropractor can help treat this condition.

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

You may have heard your colleagues at work talk about painful carpal tunnel syndrome but are not quite sure about what this condition actually is. Carpal tunnel syndrome happens when your nerve is pinched, leading to pain or numbness around your index and middle finger, with weakness in the thumb also being a common occurrence.

People from all walks of life can contract carpal tunnel syndrome. It is a malady most associated with a repetitive activity, which has lead it to also be referred to as repetitive strain injury (RSI). For example, people working in an office where they spend all day typing and using a mouse to process documents without a proper break. Mechanics working on vehicles in an automotive shop day in and day out manipulating tools the same way over and over can also get carpal tunnel.

Medical conditions can also contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome, such as while being pregnant, in diabetic patients and those who have rheumatoid arthritis.

Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel

No two patients will have the same experience, to be sure, but there are some common symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome to be aware of:

  • Numbness in the hand and wrist
  • Painful hand and wrist
  • Problems gripping and squeezing objects
  • Pain that shoots in your arm between the shoulder and wrist
  • Tingling and other discomforts at night that interferes with restful sleep

How a Chiropractor can Help Treat Carpal Tunnel

If you’re looking for a non-surgical approach to treating your carpal tunnel syndrome and you also prefer to avoid using prescription drugs, a chiropractor can be of immense help. Your chiropractor will determine the exact cause of your pain and then teach you how to avoid making these repetitive motions in the future.

After your initial consultation with the chiropractor, it’s time to come up with a treatment plan. The chiropractor has options such chiropractic treatment of the elbow and wrist as well as the alignment of the spine.

Ultrasound therapy is another option that is designed to relax your muscles, curb pain and lessen the amount of inflammation. Your chiropractor may also prescribe you with a wrist support to help you avoid getting this syndrome again in the future.

Make an Appointment to Treat Your Painful Carpal Tunnel at 1st Choice Health & Wellness Today

The pain and discomfort that comes with a case of carpal tunnel syndrome can have a big impact on your life, affecting you in a multiple of ways. From making it harder to use a computer at work or school to experiencing pain when simply trying to prepare a meal for your family, it’s a condition that cries out for treatment by a professional chiropractor.

To learn more about treating carpal tunnel syndrome or to make an appointment with your preferred chiropractor in New Albany, please connect with 1st Choice Health & Wellness today. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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