An introduction to your carpal tunnel and the medical condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome. Pain in the wrists and hands is routinely diagnosed as carpal tunnel syndrome – even when it isn’t. So conventional treatments don’t work.
We start to answer some key questions: what is carpal tunnel syndrome; what are the symptoms and signs of carpal tunnel symptoms? If conventional treatments don’t work, what does ?
Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
An Introduction to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
If you’re here, it probably means that you’re experiencing the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and are wondering what your wrist pain might mean …. and what to do about it.
It may be that you’ve just been diagnosed as having Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and have lots of questions … and are getting few answers. So let us help you.
First of all, let me reassure you that you are not alone – and there are solutions to your problem. Just read on !
I know what it’s like to experience Carpal Tunnel Syndrome … the wrist pain, numb hands, loss of manual dexterity. After many months of pain and discomfort, I finally found a treatment that worked for me …. but it took a long time getting there. I can make your journey much shorter.
I will give you access to the essential information that eluded me for many months. I will give you no-nonsense advice on what works … and what doesn’t. I will give you an independent review of the latest treatments. You will find answers to fundamental questions:
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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
What are the Symptoms and Signs of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? What Should I Look Out For?
What Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
What are the Underlying Conditions that Create a Predisposition to this Condition?
What Other Conditions Produce Similar Symptoms?
What Causes the Pain; Where Is the Underlying Problem – in the Muscle, in the Tendons, in the Nerve?
What are the Conventional Treatments for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Why Does this Approach Not Work?
Are there Alternative and Natural Treatments; Which are the Most Effective?
What Really Works … And What Doesn’t?