Thickened ligaments can cause pain, numbness and weakness in the hand.
Inflammation in and around the wrist causes cartilage and tissue degeneration
We use our wrists for a lot of activities each day
Injuring the bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles that are in and around the wrist can lead to wrist pain
Misalignment of the bones of the neck can cause dysfunction in your elbows, wrists and fingers.
After the revision (SECOND) surgery
symptomatic improvement was rated "slightly better" by 90% for open carpal tunnel release
symptomatic improvement was rated "slightly better" by 76% for endoscopic carpal tunnel release
"complete release" was rated by 56-57% of both surgeries.
20% of patients showed now improvement
10% of patients required a third operation
Keeping your wrist from moving is going to weaken the wrist and arm. Splinting should only be used short term and should be combined with additional therapy.
These mask the pain and do not address what is causing the problem. They also damage the tissues into which they are injected which is why most physicians will only inject an area 3 times.
We will perform a thorough exam to identify what is causing your wrist pain and review our findings with you.
Before we assume your body needs some drastic procedure or drugs we will make sure your nutritional needs are met
In addition to nutritional guidance our physician may recommend extremity adjustments, cold laser therapy, and soft tissue modalities to provide an environment that lets your body heal itself.
We are happy to provide our paints guidance on the best way to engage with their care at home and ensure their treatment at our office will be successful by supplementing it with therapy at home
Make an appointment with our physician if you are serious about address your wrist pain by calling 567-940-9333 or requesting an appointment at: