Do you have wrist or hand pain? Numbness or that sensation of your hand and fingers falling asleep? Have you been told you have carpal tunnel syndrome? We can help you diagnose and treat this issue. We shall cover the following questions: What is carpal tunnel syndrome? What causes this? How do you diagnosis it? … Continued
Dr. John Pitts explains how and why PRP for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can help you avoid surgery. Hello, everybody, this is Dr. John Pitts at the Centeno-Schultz Clinic, where we lead and invented much of the field of Interventional Orthopedics and Regenerative medicine. Meaning: we treat musculoskeletal or orthopedic problems with injections of your own … Continued
Tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome are two distinct clinical conditions that affect the wrist and hand. Dr. Schultz discusses what tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome are, the major causes, common symptoms, treatment options, and the important difference between the two.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a medical condition that causes pain and numbness in the hand and fingers. It arises from compression of the median nerve. Dr. Schultz discusses the 5 major causes of numbness after Carpal Tunnel Surgery, their causes, and a novel, nonsurgical treatment option for carpal tunnel syndrome.
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.
Millions of people suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome, and carpal tunnel release is one of the most common surgeries performed today. Millions also struggle with chronic migraines. While we know carpal tunnel syndrome is a compression condition, there is also recent evidence that migraines, not historically thought to be a compression issue, may be associated … Continued
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a widespread condition in society today thanks to the keyboard- and device-driven world we live in. However, over time, as conservative measures and ergonomic adjustments fail to provide relief, many patients with carpal tunnel syndrome turn to steroid injections, a very common treatment for a very common condition. But are steroids … Continued
With carpal tunnel syndrome, oftentimes, when conservative treatments fail to or stop providing relief, patients turn to surgery as what they believe to be their last resort. However, if you search outside of the world of surgical orthopedics and inside the world of interventional orthopedics, you will find that there are nonsurgical options for treating … Continued