Carpel Tunnel

Just like nerves can become pinched and irritated in your back by the bones in your spine, the bones in your wrist can also compress the nerves running to your hand.

Symptoms of compressing the median and ulnar nerve are sensations of burning pain, tingling or swelling.

It is not uncommon for patients to say they have recently noticed weakness in the hand and also started to experience the fingers locking up in a flexed position.

It is important to take care of carpel tunnel before it becomes a lifelong condition.

The most common treatment is surgery, but Dr. Wisroth has had success with carpel tunnel syndrome through non-invasive adjustments to the bones of the wrist.

  • So many health care professionals only look at the site of pain when the problem is being caused elsewhere.
  • It has been shown that people suffering from carpel tunnel syndrome typically have nerve irritation stemming from the spine.

We help many people that have carpel tunnel syndrome and would love to discuss your specific carpel tunnel issue and how Chiropractic may help.