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Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel

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Carpal Tunnel

Do You Really Have It?

Over the years, we've treated thousands of people with carpal tunnel syndrome. And of those thousands, we've seen an enormous turn-around for the vast majority of our patients.

Roughly 80% of our carpal tunnel patients didn't actually have carpal tunnel. They had impingements or subluxations of the spine in the upper dorsal region. With a few chiropractic adjustments, they were back to their daily routines — free of pain, no invasive surgeries needed.

How Chiropractic Can Help

Symptoms of carpal tunnel include numbness in the hands and fingers when sleeping or driving, and noticeable weakness in the hands. This is typically caused by pressure in the brachial nervous system. These nerves branch out of the neck, with nerve roots at the C5-6-7 and upper thoracic vertebrae. These nerve roots come together to form the brachial plexus, which reaches down through the arms and branches off into the ulnar median and radian nerves. These nerves extend into the the hands and fingers as well. Pressure in these nerves can create carpal tunnel-like symptoms. But when this pressure is relieved in the neck, it can relieve the symptoms you're experiencing in your arms and hands.

And all it takes is a couple of adjustments.

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Chiropractic for Long-Term Relief

The next thing we look at is something called the "double outlet" system.

When pressure exists in the nerves of the neck and upper back, compensation occurs. The nerves stop firing correctly, and tension occurs in the tissues as a result. That's why we typically make adjustments to the wrist as well to create more room and take stress off the nerves.

Whether you have carpal tunnel syndrome or simply suffer from similar symptoms, we're here to help. Regular chiropractic adjustments can relieve the symptoms of carpal tunnel and keep them from coming back.

Why let the symptoms of carpal tunnel dictate your schedule? Give us a call to set up a consultation today!

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Can Chiropractic Care Help Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

I have seen literally thousands of people through the years with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and have had a high degree of positive impact with that. In looking at Carpal Tunnel it is important to understand that probably 80% of the time that people have been diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel they simply have impingement, subluxation of the spin in the upper dorsal spine, causing back pain or neck pain and the lower part of the neck.

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Can Chiropractic Care Help Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Numbness in hands and fingers noticed when sleeping or driving, or even weakness in the hands. The brachial nervous system branches, these nerves come out of the neck, similar to having sciatica of the arm. There are nerve roots that come out of the C5-6-7 and upper thoracic vertebrae. These nerve roots come out and branch together to form the brachial plexus. The brachial plexus then stems down through the arm and tends to branch off into the ulnar median and radian nerves. These then extend into the different parts of the hands and the fingers. Getting pressure off of those nerve in the neck will correct the discomfort in the hands.

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Can Chiropractic Care Help Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The rest of the time we are going to look at what is called the double outlet system. We have basis of pressure on the nerve into the neck and into the upper back, this causes compromise and because the nerves are not firing correctly, this causes too much tension in the tissue and you start to have stenosis through the actual carpal tunnel are of the wrist. Often as a chiropractor we will make adjustments in the wrist itself to create more room and take stress off of the nerves.