Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - hand and wrist

You’ve probably discovered by now that conventional treatments for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome simply don’t work. There is only so much pain relief that can be obtained from Oral Analgesics. Steroid Injections may work for a time but don’t offer a permanent solution. So what comes next ? SURGERY ?

The conventional approach to treating the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome follows a predictable path: medication in the form of oral analgesics; injections of corticosteroids; and then surgery.

However, despite what many doctors might tell you, there are other options you need to consider before subjecting yourself to surgery. And many of these treatments will not only relieve the pain but can deliver a long term solution.

Here, on the pages of this website, I will help you determine what is best for you. I will show you what to do to relieve the pain in the short term … and then help you find a longer term solution. Of course, there are occasions when the only real option is surgery. But this should not be taken lightly … and should certainly not be a routine option.

I will help you understand what is causing the pain in your hand, wrist and arm. I will explain why conventional treatments for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome don’t work …. and what does. You will find a comprehensive review of all the different treatments that are available to you. I will tell you what has worked for me and what hasn’t.

That’s it ! No-nonsense advice on what the options really are for treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and how to find the combination of treatments that is right for you.


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