Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a painful wrist and hand condition that occurs due to compression of the median nerve. Carpal tunnel surgery releases the pressure on the median nerve through different surgical techniques. Dr. Schultz discusses carpal tunnel surgery recovery, complications and a new nonsurgical alternative for those with carpal tunnel syndrome.
Fibromyalgia is a generalized pain disorder, and we see and treat many patients in the clinic with this oftentimes quite debilitating disease. While our regenerative medicine techniques can be very helpful, one study also suggests there may be something else patients can do in addition to help relieve some of their symptoms: get more sleep! … Continued
Nerve injuries are terrible and can be quite devastating. Muscles that did work just fine and without a second thought suddenly seem to lack control or just stop working altogether. At our clinic, we treat patients with nerve injuries using our advanced fourth-generation platelet lysate, and today we want to highlight this treatment as well … Continued
The Centeno Schultz Clinic is committed to the highest standard of care with comprehensive evaluations performed by fellowship-trained physicians. We utilize a SANS approach to evaluate our patients, which is what has helped us identify the peripheral neuropathy. Today I saw a patient in clinic who literally breaks my heart. Here is the tale of … Continued
[quote]Dr. Schultz and Hanson made me a believer in non-surgical knee repair. I had a snow mobile accident that resulted in a torn medial meniscus and a torn MCL. Having never had knee problems and living a very active lifestyle I was devastated when my ortho quickly suggested surgery and wanted to schedule me immediately. … Continued
Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common nerve compression problem of the upper extremity. It happens when the median nerve gets compressed in the elbow, commonly by swollen tendons and repetitive use. In addition, we frequently see it in patients with neck problems, also known as double crush syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome process affects about … Continued
RD is a 55-year-old male treated for low back, hip and pelvic pain. He also has erectile dysfunction. Knowing that he had pelvic and SI joint instability, we surmised that he may have impingement of his pudendal nerve causing his ED. An ultrasound-guided pudendal nerve block alleviated much of his pelvic pain. If his erectile … Continued