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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief

Take Steps to Become Pain-Free Today

National & International Statistics for carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Repetitive Strain Injuries of the Upper Extremity experts report this most common nerve condition affecting the upper body affects up to 5% of the working population.

More Facts

*Up to 450,000 people in the United States undergo surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome in their hands and wrists every year.

*This condition also holds the record for the most missed work days that are injury related according to the National Center for Health Statistics.

*Various musculoskeletal conditions are the most common medical conditions in the United States, affecting over 7% of the population.

Arthritis, neuropathy, and pinched nerves only intensify carpal tunnel symptoms.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment Options


*Immobilization of the wrist in a splint


*Modify activities

*Exercise to build strength and improve motility

*Surgery for fractures


Who Gets Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

According to thecarpeltunnel.com there are about 28,000 cases reported in the U.S. each year. Many people now are opting for surgery and this increases the number of days missed at work. Women are more likely to suffer from this condition. Occupations with an increased risk of triggering this condition are clothing manufacturing and food processing, typists and people using the keyboard continuously, and construction workers that use vibrating tools like jackhammers.

One study found up to 15% of new employees were already suffering from nerve compression before they came to work at their new place of employment. This statistics reveal that this condition is widely spread.

Here are few factors affecting people developing CTS –

SEX – Up to 70% of people suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome are females. Also women with diabetes, obesity, and the ones who smoke and are menopausal are at increased risk. Women that are pregnant are also at a higher risk because of fluid retention.

WEIGHT – Weight has a role in this condition because it causes excess strain on the body. Studies show an exercise and weight reduction plan help with the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.

NUTRITION – Scientific research from the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine shows people with a deficiency in the minerals pyridoxal 5 phosphate and vitamin C, have an increased likelihood of developing CTS.

PERSONALITY – Interestingly, studies show people that have a tendency to not accomplish their set goals in life increase their risk of developing this condition. When their psychiatric condition is dealt with, the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome often clear up.

With carpal tunnel syndrome comes pain. Omega Pain Management, the pain doctors in Knoxville, TN, under specialist Igor Smelyansky, MD, create personalized pain management plans to help people get rid of pain. Life is full of twists and turns and if you are someone that enjoys typing on your computer or doing anything with your hands in a repetitive process, eventually you’re going to wind up dealing with some degree of CTS. Don’t ignore the pain – take action!

As we age it’s inevitable our creaks and cracks become more of a focus. Don’t let your pain from carpal tunnel syndrome control you.

Call 856-337-5137 today and get pain-free!