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Carpal Tunnel Treatment

Carpal Tunnel Treatment

Carpal Tunnel Treatment typically develops gradually and progressively worsens with time. However, if you treat it as soon as possible, you can stop or slow it down. You have many treatment alternatives, from chiropractic to surgery. Aloha Sports Chiropractic is at the forefront. The carpal tunnel is the part of your wrist where the nerve enters the hand. It is a disorder that causes numbness, tingling, or weakness in your hands. We also call it median nerve compression. It occurs because of pressure on your median nerve. It travels the entire length of your arm before passing through your wrist and ending in your hand. Thanks to the median, all your fingers, except your pinky, can move and feel. Empower Your Life with Hands  

Main Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Often, individuals are oblivious to the reasons behind things. It develops by repetitive wrist movements, such as those you make while typing. Usually, the median nerve gives the thumb side sensation and movement. The palm, thumb, index, middle, and thumb side of the ring finger are all included in this. A few more carpal tunnel syndrome causes are:

1. De Quervain’s tendinosis

De Quervain’s tendinosis causes swelling in the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist. These swollen tendons then attach to the base of the thumb. Tendinosis happens when the sheath the tendons pass through to travel from the wrist to the hand becomes compressed.

2. Extreme wrist motions

When the tunnel in the wrist gets smaller, it causes discomfort. This affects people who often use their hands and wrists at work or play. People who do activities or jobs that use their fingers a lot are at risk of getting this syndrome.

3. Trigger finger

The two non-traumatic connective tissue disorders of the hand that are most frequent are trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome. Both of these ailments often co-exist in people with rheumatoid arthritis. The trigger finger is a painful condition. It makes the fingers or thumb lock when bent.

4. Vibration

The risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is well-recognized to increase with exposure to hand-transmitted vibration. Vibration may result in symptoms by directly or indirectly influencing the median nerve or the nearby tissues.

5. Arthritis

At times, arthritis can develop Carpal tunnel syndrome. If you have arthritis in your wrist or hand, you are more likely to develop carpal tunnel syndrome. Arthritis has an impact on median nerve cross-section peripheries.

6. High-force (hammering)

High-force (hammering) motions can put persons at risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome. In working-age people, carpal tunnel syndrome is a prevalent condition. Strenuous occupational activities like forceful hand and wrist motions occasionally bring them on.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome symptoms typically appear gradually and might happen at any time. Notable symptoms are:

    • Tingling
    • Numbness
    • Pain in fingers and thumb
    • Pain in hands, wrists, and elbow
    • Difficulty in handling small things
    • Weakness in hands

Many patients discover that shaking or moving their hands makes them feel better. Optimal Health, Optimal Living  

Can We Prevent Carpal Tunnel Treatment?

To avoid carpal tunnel syndrome, modify your daily routine to reduce strain on your hands and wrists.

      • Reduce your use of repetitive hand motions.
      • Switch between different chores or activities to lessen the strain on your hands and wrists.
      • Maintain your wrists in a straight and steady position.
      • Unable to maintain something in a single location for an extended period.
      • Adjust your office setup so that your forearms parallel your work surface by changing your desk, chair, and keyboard.
      • Employ a brace to maintain your wrist in a straight position during your sleep.

A timely visit to the carpal tunnel chiropractor can start the healing process and possibly avoid unnecessary surgery. Chiropractic treatments include light cervical spine, elbow, and wrist manipulation.

Chiropractic Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome patients can benefit considerably from both chiropractic and physical treatment. Chiropractic manipulation of the wrist and elbow in carpal tunnel syndrome is to relieve pressure on the median nerve. On the other hand, physical therapy strengthens the muscles and ligaments surrounding the nerve, keeping it safe over time. At Aloha Sports Chiropractic, we take the time to get to know you and your condition personally. We recognize that every instance of carpal tunnel syndrome is as unique as the individual who suffers it. That is why  we give the most effective treatment plan:

      • Mobilization of Soft Tissue
      • Ideal for the rest of the hands and wrists
      • Stretching exercises
      • Use of cold packs to minimize swelling
      • Spine and Joint manipulation

Chiropractors for carpal tunnel syndrome can help relieve tension and strain. Nerve compression with hands-on methods is a good, non-invasive way to treat carpal tunnel syndrome and other discomforts. Realign Your Hands, Revitalize Life

Why Choose Aloha Sports Chiropractic for Carpal Tunnel?

At Aloha Sports Chiropractic, we treat carpal tunnel syndrome and spine conditions. We provide compassionate care through noninvasive and advanced techniques to put you back on track. We emphasize spinal manipulation and adjoining structure to relieve carpal tunnel syndrome, finger pain, wrist pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and stiffness. Our Carpal tunnel chiropractors bring their expertise into play and get you back to a rejuvenated life. Strong Hands Make Your World

Dr. Craig Eymann


Dr. Craig Eymann, a seasoned chiropractor with a passion for healing, specializes in Carpal Tunnel Treatment. With a rich background in Structural Integration, Deep Tissue, and Sports Chiropractic, Dr. Eymann employs a unique blend of mobilization, stretching exercises, and precise spine and joint manipulation. His empathetic approach ensures swift relief, aligning structure to restore function. Experience the magic of quick resolution and regain control of your life with Dr. Eymann’s expertise.

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  • How is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome diagnosed?

    The doctor will do a physical examination and ask for a family history. Also, ask for tests like electrodiagnostic, X-ray, ultrasound, and nerve conduction study to diagnose.

  • Can Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affect both hands simultaneously?

    Yes, it can affect both hands simultaneously in severe cases. There is a greater than 80% likelihood that symptoms present in one hand may spread to the other.

  • Are there any complications associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome if left untreated?

    If you do not treat carpal tunnel syndrome, it can cause permanent nerve damage. It can also lead to weakness, lack of coordination, and loss of feeling and hand function.

  • Are Chiropractor treatments effective for carpal tunnel syndrome?

    Chiropractic treatment is the most effective for carpal tunnel syndrome. It is a tremendously non-invasive option that can help release tension, strain, and nerve compression.

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