Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a prevalent cause of numbness, tingling, weakness, or pain in wrists and hands. It results in the compression of the Median Nerve. The nerve fibers of the Median nerve emerge from the lower neck and travel through the shoulder, elbow, and forearm to reach the wrist, hand, and fingers. It innervates the palm and all digits of the hand, expect the pinky finger. Therefore, if you experience numbness, tingling, or pain in hand or fingers, expect the fifth finger (pinkie), you may have a Carpal Tunnel Syndrom.
Accurate diagnosis and assessments of the neck, shoulder, elbow, and wrist are vital to identifying all factors leading to your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Thorugh evaluation of the neck and shoulders are essential, as mot Carpal TUnnel patients do present with neck pain and shoulder issues. Our chiropractors and physiotherapists are the experts you need for diagnosing and treatment of carpal tunnel. Our methods provide the lasting relief you need.
Orthopedic surgeons often recommend steroid injections or surgery. However, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is treatable and repairable without injections or surgery. Surgery and injection can cause more damage. For lasting relief, you need focused therapies that target the root cause. Chiropractic Specialty Cneter® is the best non-surgical center for the treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Malaysia. Contact our center on 03-2093 1000 to learn about our methods and how they are better than surgery or injections.
Symptoms Of The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
There are several classic signs and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. The most typical symptoms are pains, numbness, tingling, or burning sensations of the hand and wrist. Signs in the early stages are most noticeable during sleep. With progression, most will notice symptoms throughout the day. In severe or chronic conditions, weakness of the fingers hands or wrists is common complaints. We have combined the four most common signs and symptoms of the carpal tunnel syndrome:
- Pain in the arm, wrist or hand
- Tingling, numbness or bring sensations of thumb and all fingers, except the 5th finger (pinky finger)
- Numbness, tingling, and burning sensation of the hand (palm)
- Weakness in fingers, hand, wrist, and arm
Carpal Tunnel Anatomy
The hand connects to the wrist through the carpal bones. Carpal bones are set in two rows, each containing four small bones, close to each other. Carpal tunnel provides the passageway for nine tendons, one nerve (median nerve), and blood vessels (1atery and two veins) to enter the hand. The carpal bones provide the base of the tunnel, while a fibrous band of tissue (Flexor Retinaculum) provides the roof, enclosing the passage. Issues involving the small bones (carpal bones), tendons, or the flexor.
Carpal Tunnel Relief
Carpal tunnel results when the median nerve (primary nerve to the hand) is compressed or irritated. You can start with some home care remedies to help alleviate symptoms; we have listed some below:
- Rest and avoid repetitive movements or use of tools that vibrate.
- Wear a protective splint to stabilize the wrist and decrease irritation of the Median nerve. Opt for braces that prevent flexion or bending of the wrist. Most important, wear the wrist brace during sleep.
- Ice the wrist for 15-minutes every two to three hours.
If the pain doesn’t entirely go away, opt for corrective care. Chiropractic Specialty Center® provides the best holistic carpal tunnel treatment in Malaysia. In our center, you get attention from expert physiotherapists and corrective chiropractors combined.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment To Fix & Repair Without Surgery
Yes, our centers have the technology, knowledge, skills, and team of non-surgical experts to treat severe carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). If you have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, we can help. You don’t have to go through surgery. 80% of the time, the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome or CTS comes back within 1-3 years following the surgical intervention. Non-surgical solutions have been considered to be much more beneficial to treat CTS disorders. Visit one of our centers and learn about our non-operative treatments today. Surgery should be the absolute last option.
Let’s look at CTS and see why so many live with wrist pain. Hence, in this section, we will familiarize you with carpal tunnel syndrome. Also, we will discuss what we can do for you and how our chiropractors, physiotherapists, and technology can make you better. When it comes to CTS, we have succeeded when others have failed. Often, wrist pain and carpal tunnel syndrome are synonymous. Carpal tunnel syndrome is often due to a pinched nerve at the wrist. Symptoms often include pain, numbness, tingling in the arm, wrist, hand, and fingers. Carpal tunnel syndrome is due to a pinching of the median nerve. The median nerve is the nerve that controls the wrist. This nerve can get trapped in the Flexor Retinaculum.
Flexor Retinaculum & CTS Treatments
The flexor retinaculum, better known as the transverse carpal ligament, is the culprit in CTS. The transverse carpi ligament is a band of tissues lies at the wrist just before the palm. This fibrous band of tissue arches over the nerve forming a tunnel. Those in an occupation requiring repeated wrist movements or those with injured wrists can end with thickening of the flexor retinaculum. As the flexor retinaculum (transverse carpal ligament) thickens, it leads to a narrowing of the tunnel, and as such, the median nerve has less room and hence is compressed. Hence, pinching of the median nerve occurs as it passes from the forearm into the hand.
The passage of this nerve occurs through a carpal tunnel (the tunnel formed by the flexor retinaculum) along with nine tendons. Because there is limited space in the wrist, a simple injury or repeated wrist movements can lead to scar tissues and adhesion. This leads to the formation of a narrowed carpal tunnel. The symptoms occur when the pressure built up from swelling becomes significant enough to disturb the way the nerve works.
Our treatments work better and faster because we can target these scar tissues, break them up. Also, we methods of care help realign joint and strengthen weak and previously damaged tissues. It takes skills, knowledge, and technology to accomplish this without surgery. Therefore, if you have wrist pain or diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, call us today.
Our Chiropractor Or Physiotherapists Treats CTS Better.
Patients that seek care from the Orthopedic Surgeon have the highest chances of having surgical intervention. However, carpal tunnel syndrome patients that visit a clinical chiropractor and physiotherapist have a greater chance of a successful outcome. So, instead of going to a surgeon, give our non-surgical means a try. The surgical intervention should only be contemplated when non-operative means fail. You will have a greater prospect of success through our non-surgical intervention. Therefore, we encourage you to visit our chiropractor or a physiotherapist first for a nonsurgical solution. The surgeon will recommend either medication or surgery. Surgery almost always fails. Therefore, most with the surgical intervention will have one or more repeated operative procedures.
The reason why so many are having surgical intervention is that most hospitals cannot offer a holistic method of care. Also, surgical solutions are more profitable for hospitals. That is where we come in! Our approaches and systems of care are through the holistic principles of care. In other words, we will get to the cause. Read the abstract of a research study conducted on the effectiveness of chiropractic in the treatment of CTS. Get the best research-based non-surgical CTS treatment in our center today.
Get Treated By Research-based Chiropractors & Clinical Physiotherapists For A Non-Surgical Repair Of Your CTS Or Wrist Pain.
The clinical non-operative teams at Chiropractic Specialty Center® offers you the best CTS treatment (carpal tunnel syndrome treatment) through Research-based Chiropractors and Clinical Physiotherapists. In our center, our chiropractors and physiotherapists work on your wrists together. Therefore, giving you the best of both worlds. Also, our technology for wrist rehabilitation has significantly improved symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Our clinical teams may utilize ESWT (Shock Wave Therapy), Ultrasound, Interferential Current Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, soft tissue mobilization, targeted chiropractic manipulation through an instrument and of course customized exercises to overcome your soft tissue instability. In short, if you give us a chance and continue with our recommendations, there should be at least an 80% chance of success.
Carpal tunnel syndrome has been known to cause excruciating pain. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affects individuals involved in occupations that require repetitive movements at the wrist. Also, the trauma that causes dislocation, a subluxation (less than or a minor misalignment), fractures, and arthritis of the wrist bones leading to a narrowing of the tunnel, and eventual pain. Before you opt for carpal tunnel surgery, visit our center. Wrist surgery, including the carpal tunnel surgery. Carpal tunnel surgery offers short-term improvements at best. Avoid future pain or additional surgical intervention by visiting a Chiropractic Speciality Center® today.
Wrist Pain & CTS
Wrist pain and CTS (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) are dangerous conditions, which you shouldn’t neglect. Neglect may result in a more severe condition requiring prolonged therapy and even surgery. Medical research from the U.S. has shown non-invasive procedures such as chiropractic or physiotherapy as the most effective forms of treatment. By combining these two methods, the efficacy of treatments increases significantly.
At Chiropractic Specialty Center®, we offer a wide variety of treatments for patients that suffer from wrist pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. Depending on the cause of your condition our U.S. Certified Doctors of Chiropractic might recommend a course of non-invasive, non-surgical procedures. Our CTS treatment programs often include a combination of chiropractic, physiotherapy, and rehabilitation. Our success in the arena of the spine, joints, and sports injuries is the reason why we have patients coming to our Malaysian centers from as far away as Europe and Africa.
If you are in pain, visit any Chiropractic Specialty Center® in Malaysia to get World-Class non-surgical treatments for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.