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Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Jupiter, FL

Complete Relief From Nagging Wrist/Hand Pain

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a relatively common problem for office workers around the country, and while it may be easy to ignore in some cases, without treatment, the condition can be quite debilitating. If you believe that Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is causing chronic pain in your hands or wrists, the New England Stem Cell Institute is more than ready to help with regenerative medicine. Our team can help with treating carpal tunnel syndrome in Jupiter, FL to free up trapped and pinched nerves, speed up healing, and help patients avoid surgery.

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

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Your Median Nerve is one of the three main nerves in your arm, and it runs down the front of your elbow and forearm and goes into the wrist and palm. In order to get past the bones in your wrist, it goes through a special canal called the Carpal Tunnel. There, the nerve is surrounded by the tendons that flex your fingers. If the tendons inside the tunnel become irritated or inflamed, the nerve can become compressed or pinched, leading to pain and irritation.

What Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be caused by:

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What are the Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

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A numbness or tingling in the palm or fingers is usually the first symptom of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that people notice. These sensations can start in the wrist and radiate into the fingers, but they NEVER involve the pinky or back of the hand. Many people also feel wrist pain or develop hand weakness, which can be so severe that it causes someone to drop objects. Patients also often say that it feels like their fingers are swollen, even when they are not.

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How is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treated?

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is traditionally treated by wearing a brace, taking medication, getting cortisone shots, and in extreme cases, undergoing surgery. But, the team at the New England Stem Cell Institute is able to offer an alternative to uncomfortable braces and invasive surgery. The treatment is called nerve hydrodissection.

A mixture of dextrose (sugar) and Novocaine is injected around the distressed nerve, and the fluid naturally decompresses the nerve while also stimulating the body’s healing response right where it’s needed. This can help repair any damaged soft tissues that are the source of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. For more advanced cases, we can also inject PRP (platelet-rich plasma) into the area to cause even more potent healing.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Frequently Asked Questions

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Patients who come to see us who believe they have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome tend to have a lot of questions, and our team is more than happy to answer them so we can give someone peace of mind while we show them a clear path towards lifelong pain relief. Below, our team has gone ahead and answered some of the most common questions we hear regarding CTS, but if there is anything else you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

How is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome diagnosed?

There are many, many conditions that can cause pain, soreness, and a loss of function in the hand and wrist besides Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. To determine whether or not someone is experiencing problems due to a compression of the median nerve, our team will perform a number of specific tests and may also utilize diagnostic ultrasound so we can get a better look at the soft and hard tissues and identify the root source of a patient’s issue.

Will my Carpal Tunnel Syndrome go away on its own?

In most cases, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome does not simply go away naturally. This is because it is often due to repetitive motion, usually associated with someone’s job, so the condition tends to only become worse over time. Even if CTS is due to an acute injury, the body might not be able to completely heal without professional treatment. If any of the symptoms we touched on above sound familiar, it’s wise to come see us as soon as you can. The earlier we can address your condition, the easier it will be to treat, and the sooner it will go away.

Is surgery the fastest way to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Surgery is usually considered a last resort, because while it might seem like a more direct way to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, it is also the most expensive and time-consuming, as no small amount of healing time is needed afterward. Our team prefers to use a more conservative approach that combines traditional methods like bracing and activity modification with regenerative medicine so that a patient can heal and not have to put their life on pause to undergo surgery.

How long does Carpal Tunnel Syndrome treatment take?

The amount of time it can take a person to fully overcome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome will vary from patient to patient depending on the severity of their condition and the type of treatment applied. Some patients may find immediate relief just by wearing a brace and resting, while others may require a regimen that involves stem cell therapy, prolotherapy, PRP, nerve hydrodissection, and other regenerative techniques that can take weeks or months to help the body fully heal. When you come to see us for a consultation, we’ll be able to give you a more definitive timeline for your recovery so you’ll know what to expect moving forward.

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