Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel is caused by compression of one of the nerves that runs on the underside of the wrist, called the median nerve. It can cause pain and numbness/tingling in the hand. Activities involving excessive bending of the wrist or prolonged time with the wrist in a bent position can contribute to the nerve compression. Physical therapy for this syndrome aides in releasing the tight muscles that continue to compress the nerve and to teach strategies for prevention of future symptoms.

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