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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome (or CTS) is a common ailment which affects thousands of white collar workers and older adults annually. A result of repetitive motions such as extensive keyboard use, the condition develops as tissues swell in the carpal tunnel of the hand and wrist.

This swelling pushes tendons and ligaments into the median nerve and leads to substantial pressure buildup. This resulting pressure can lead to numerous unpleasant symptoms such as numbness or tingling in the hands as well as constant pain. Treatment options for CTS may include steroid injections, rest, or even surgery.

New York Pain Care, the leading provider of pain management in New York, takes pride in helping thousands of state residents find pain relief every year. When sufferers of carpal tunnel syndrome need treatment for their condition, they turn to the devoted team of NYPC. Although our doctors and nurses specialize in back and spine pain-related injuries and illnesses, we also assist those patients who are dealing with pain and weakness in their extremities.


Page Updated on Apr 11, 2022 by Dr. Hosny (Interventional Spine Specialist) of New York Pain Care
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