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         Carpal Tunnel Syndrome:     more books (100)
  1. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You by Zev M. Cohen, Julie Donnelly, 2003-06
  2. Relief From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (The Dell Medical Library) by Norra Tannenhaus, 1991-09-01
  3. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome : Prevention and Treatment: A Nonsurgical Drug Free Approach by Kate Montgomery, 1995-01
  4. Carpal tunnel syndrome by Kate Montgomery, 1992
  5. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The Invisible Threat (The Work Habit Library) by Kate Montgomery, 1993-11
  7. The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Book: Preventing and Treating CTS by Mark A. Pinsky, 1993-11-01
  8. Office Ergonomics, Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries & Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Letsdoyoga.Com Wellness Series) by Susan Orr, 2007-03-16
  9. Color Atlas of Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Single surgical procedures series) by W. Bruce Conolly, 1984-02
  10. Preventing and Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Order No. 1118) by Roger Williams, 1994-04
  11. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Disorders of the Median Nerve by Richard B Rosenbaum, Jose Ochoa, 2002-06-15
  12. Natural & Herbal Remedies for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin A-245 (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin, a-245) by Norma Pasekoff Weinberg, 2000-06-26
  13. Dr. Pascarelli's Complete Guide to Repetitive Strain Injury: What You Need to Know About RSI and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Emil Pascarelli M.D., 2004-06-21
  14. Overcome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Bourdin LeBock, 2010-03-12

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22. Chiropractors Boca Raton, FL - Bartosek Chiropractic Center -
Information on the doctors, carpal tunnel syndrome, treatments, and services. Online newsletter. Boca Raton.
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The Bartosek Chiropractic Center is a friendly, caring, concerned and dedicated group of professionals that focus on the cause and prevention of disease. Opened in 1983, the center is devoted to your health. Chiropractic is an important building block for your health today and tomorrow . Along with yearly physicals and regular dental checkups, Chiropractic, as a natural resource, should be a regular part of your wellness plan. The Bartosek Chiropractic Center provides State-of-the-art equipment, a wide selection of natural nutritional supplements, and a full range of orthopedic supplies for a lifetime of good health. You have the power to be healthy. You can detect and correct small problems before they become big ones with chiropractic care. At Bartosek Chiropractic Center the doctors search for the cause of health problems and then prescribe a schedule of therapy for gentle, drug free healing. Let the group at Bartosek Chiropractic Center provide a sensible and safe way for you to release the power to be healthy.

23. Carpal Tunnel
carpal tunnel, carpal tunnel syndrome, what is it, diagnosis, treatment alternatives. Carpal carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms. Symptoms
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal tunnel syndrome: its diagnosis and treatment. comments to Click on this key icon to return to the main index page.
Where is the Carpal Tunnel?
At the base of the palm is a tight canal or tunnel through which tendons and a nerve going from the forearm to the hand have to pass to get into the hand. The nerve that passes through this narrow tunnel to reach the hand is called the Median nerve . This narrow passage between the forearm and hand is what we call the carpal tunnel The carpal tunnel is normally quite snug and there is just barely enough room in it for the tendons and one nerve that have to pass through it. If anything takes up extra room in the canal, things become too tight and the nerve in the canal becomes constricted or "pinched". This pinching of the nerve causes numbness and tingling in the area of the hand that the nerve goes to. The symptoms caused by the median nerve being pinched in the carpal tunnel are called the " carpal tunnel syndrome
The Median nerve
The Median nerve is the only nerve that passes through the carpal tunnel. This nerve provides the

24. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Louisiana State University
Informative article written by a neurosurgeon describing process of diagnosis and surgical treatment of the syndrome, followed with explanations of why some surgeries fail.

25. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms And Repetitive Strain Injury
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26. Orthopaedics: Carpal Tunnel
Exercising at the start of work, during breaks helps prevent carpal tunnel syndrome. X Click on this key icon to return to the main index page.
Exercising at the start of work, during breaks helps prevent carpal tunnel syndrome
Click on this key icon to return to the main index page. A team of orthopaedic surgeons has developed special exercises that can help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). The exercises, which should be done at the start of each work shift and after each break, decrease the median nerve pressure responsible for CTS. In addition, the research also determined that newly-diagnosed carpal tunnel syndrome patients should not do everyday activities such as ring a doorbell, hold a coffee cup, or push a shopping cart with the affected hand for the first seven to 10 days of conservative, nonsurgical treatment. These simple activities were found to substantially increase intra-tunnel pressure on the median nerve of the wrist, thus worsening the condition, said senior author Houshang Seradge, MD, clinical assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Oklahoma City. "Any hand/wrist movement will actually reduce the benefit obtained by wearing a wrist brace/splint," said Dr. Seradge.

27. Soft Tissue Release
Massage therapy technique used to resolve repetitive use injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome.
Soft Tissue Release
The Taws Technique (also known as Soft Tissue Release) is a unique injury treatment technique that enables bodyworkers and physical therapists to provide relief from pain in as little as one treatment. At the heart of The Taws Technique is a specific compression and precise extension. This coordinated movement is administered in a systematic manner resulting in a profound opening effect on all micro trauma and scar tissue. Muscle memory is engaged and relief from pain starts immediately.
Who needs The Taws Technique?
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  • Whiplash injuries , including Levator Scapular, Scalenes, and SCM, pain "between the shoulder blades", and repetitive use problems involving Rhomboids, mid and upper traps
  • Sports injuries , including plantar fasciitis, heel pain, shin splints, knee pain, hamstring, quad, and IT band problems, and adductor and groin injuries
  • Carpal tunnel pain and other repetitive use injuries such as tennis elbow, rotator cuff, and frozen shoulder problems

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29. OSH Answers: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
How does carpal tunnel syndrome develop? What are the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome? How can we prevent carpal tunnel syndrome? carpal tunnel syndrome.
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What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition affecting the hand and wrist. The carpal tunnel is a space in the wrist surrounded by wrist bones and by a rigid ligament that links the bones together (see Figure 1). Through this small tunnel pass the flexing tendons of the fingers and thumb as well as the median nerve (see Figure 2). These tendons attach muscles to bones in the hand and transfer the movement of the fingers from muscles to bones. The median nerve carries signals from the brain to control the actions of the fingers and hand. It also carries information about temperature, pain and touch from the hand to the brain, and controls the sweating of the hand.

30. SCOI Presents Carpal Tunnel Release
Carpal tunnel surgery, performed endoscopically. Includes a video.
The standard surgical technique for median nerve decompression that is, carpal tunnel release has been a very successful operation restoring most patients to their prior activities.
One of the major draw backs to standard, open carpal tunnel release was the slowness of recovery in the palm side surgical scar. Often, the 2 inch palm side scar would remain sensitive to direct pressure for approximately six to eight weeks. in the working patient, this scar sensitivity could preclude return to normal work activities. Recently, orthopedic technology has advanced to the point where a standard arthroscope has been specially modified to be of use in carpal tunnel surgery. To employ the endoscopic technique in carpal tunnel release, a small 1/2 inch horizontal incision is made at the wrist and the arthroscope is introduced underneath the transverse carpal ligament. A cannula is inserted into the hand, just under the offending ligament. The surgeon looks through a scope and uses a small knife to simply cut the ligament, thus freeing the nerve. A special blade attached to the tip of the arthroscope is then utilized to incise the transverse carpal ligament from the inside of the carpal tunnel. In effect, by cutting through the transverse carpal ligament, the compression on the median nerve is alleviated and the nerve is thus allowed to go on the heal. With nerve healing, the painful wrist syndrome is corrected.

31. Avoiding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Avoiding carpal tunnel syndrome A guide for computer keyboard users. by Mark Sheehan SUMMARY. carpal tunnel syndrome is common among computer keyboard users.
Avoiding carpal tunnel syndrome:
A guide for computer keyboard users
by Mark Sheehan Reprinted from the University Computing Times, July-August 1990, pages 17-19.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is common among computer keyboard users. It can strike anyone, and its consequences are serious. Awareness of the problem and its causes is crucial to preventing CTS. With proper ergonomics and attention to the work routine you can prevent CTS; with early detection and treatment it need never become debilitating. The employer's attention to stress levels, proper ergonomics, and the early warning signs of CTS are important in keeping the ailment at bay in the workplace.
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a painful, debilitating condition. It involves the median nerve and the flexor tendons that extend from the forearm into the hand through a "tunnel" made up of the wrist bones, or carpals, and the transverse carpal ligament. As you move your hand and fingers, the flexor tendons rub against the sides of the tunnel. This rubbing can cause irritation of the tendons, causing them to swell. When the tendons swell they apply pressure to the median nerve. The result can be tingling, numbness, and eventually debilitating pain. CTS affects workers in many fields. It is common among draftsmen, meatcutters, secretaries, musicians, assembly-line workers, computer users, automotive repair workers, and many others. CTS can be treated with steroids, anti- inflammatories, or physical therapy, or with surgery to loosen the transverse carpal ligament. Recovery of wrist and hand function is often, but not always, complete.

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33. Welcome To Canoe Creek Rehab!
This site contains information on innovative and effective products for carpal tunnel syndrome and Activities of Daily Living.
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34. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Information On What It Is, How It Feels, Diagnosis, And C
MedicineNet Home Diseases Conditions AZ List Chronic Pain Home carpal tunnel syndrome. Advanced Search. carpal tunnel syndrome Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.
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Medical Author: William C Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
Carpus is a word derived from the Greek word "karpos" which means "wrist." The wrist is surrounded by a band of fibrous tissue which normally functions as a support for the joint. The tight space between this fibrous band and the wrist bone is called the carpal tunnel. The median nerve passes through the carpal tunnel to receive sensations from the thumb, index, and middle fingers of the hand. Any condition that causes swelling or a change in position of the tissue within the carpal tunnel can squeeze and irritate the median nerve. Irritation of the median nerve in this manner causes tingling and numbness of the thumb, index, and the middle fingers, a condition known as "carpal tunnel syndrome." What is tarsal tunnel syndrome?

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Offering equipment designed for repetitive stress injury and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Dyna-Flex International manufactures and distributes products for strength training, stretching, conditioning, relaxation and recovery. Our line of Gyro Exercisers are Chiropractor recommended for the prevention of and recovery from stressor and repetitive stress injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and tendonistis (tennis elbow, etc). Whether you are interested in general fitness, targeted strength conditioning, injury recovery or getting the edge in a sport like golf or tennis, one of our Dyna-Flex products is right for you. The Dyna-Flex Exerflex Exercise Balls are seen in health clubs across the nation. The only adjustable ball on the market (50 - 65 cm) and comes with a pump and instructional video. Recommended by Chiropractors and Fitness Trainers. Author and Talk Show host Montel Williams suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. He says there is nothing like it for coping with symptoms. Great for stretching back muscles, strengthening abdominals and obliques. The NEW Deluxe Yoga Kit
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36. Ability Assessments, P.C.: :Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: :Independent Med
Mary K. Kneiser, MD, physiatrist, provides EMG testing for carpal tunnel syndrome. Based in Missouri.
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of carpal tunnel syndrome including diagnosis, treatment, surgical release and decompression. carpal tunnel syndrome. WHAT IS IT?......
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the popular name for a complex of signs and symptoms that results from compression of the median nerve as it passes through the wrist in a narrow, rigid tunnel which is surrounded by the bones of the wrist, filled with tendons, and covered with a tight ligament called the transverse ligament. In the carpal tunnel, the nerve is accompanied by the nine tendons that flex the fingers and thumb. The most common cause of CTS is swelling of the membranes (tendon sheaths or bursae) that normally surround and lubricate the tendons as they glide in the tunnel. The signs and symptoms may be mild, moderate, or severe and usually worsen without treatment. Figure 1 : Cross Section of Left Hand - Palm Facing Up
The syndrome occurs more often in women, typically after age 30. A non-specific inflammatory swelling of tendon bursae (tenosynovitis) is the common cause. Tasks that require rapid, repetitive bending of the fingers, the use of vibratory tools, or a prolonged power grip, are known to hasten the onset of symptoms. Many diseases, some drugs, direct injury, and even pregnancy may increase the fluid (swelling) in the bursae enough to compress the median nerve in the rigid tunnel. The median nerve functions to provide sensation to a significant portion of the palm and fingers. In addition, it also is responsible for providing the motor control of some of the muscles of the palm and thumb.

38. Therapy And Treatment Options For Leg Injuries In Horses
Common leg injuries in the horse including tendonitis, bucked shins and carpal tunnel syndrome, plus treatment options.
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horse's legs, particularly the forelegs, are by far the most common sites for injuries. With each stride, the horse's front legs take the brunt of the concussive forces of his hooves hitting the ground. This can result in both soft tissue injury and fractures.
Many leg injuries occur when horses are trained too hard, too fast or on a hard surface. Rapid, hard training doesn't allow time for the bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons to adjust to additional stress Injury can also occur when the horse has poor conformation, is worked on an uneven surface, is bandaged too tightly, or lacks balanced trimming and proper shoeing.
Common symptoms include
• lameness
• pain
• swelling and inflammation
• reluctance to complete a training session.
addresses some of the common injuries seen in the lower half of the forelimbs, from tendonitis to fractures of the shin bone. To find out about symptoms, common therapies, and for an anatomical diagram of the area affected, visit our Conditions page. Go to the

39. Laser Acupuncture For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, By Dr. Margaret A. Naeser - Acupun
Laser Acupuncture for carpal tunnel syndrome. by Dr. Margaret A. Naeser, Here are some pictures of this therapy in action! About carpal tunnel syndrome.
Laser Acupuncture for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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If you suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome, you'll be happy to discover that a new therapy has recently been researched with optimistic results. The key strength of this therapy is that it can be performed at home by the patient. For more information on this therapy, please order the booklet:
Here are some pictures of this therapy in action!
About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Definition of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) Current Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Laser Acupuncture Research
  • The Purpose of this Research Project Method used in this Research Project Results from this Research Project Status of Funding for this Research Project Conclusions and Summary for Future Research Case Examples of some Patients with CTS who were Treated with Laser Acupuncture and Microamps TENS Utilizing this Research Protocol
"The Naeser Laser Home Treatment Program"
  • "The Naeser Laser Home Treatment Program for the Hand ©" How does Laser Acupuncture and Microamps TENS work?

40. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Information And Links
A look at this disorder and the work place from a legal perspective.
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