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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is classically defined as an impingement of the median nerve. The symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome are pain and possibly weakness in the hand and wrist.

What is carpal tunnel syndrome? In a nutshell, the median nerve, along with the radial nerve and the ulnar nerve originate the lower cervical spine (the neck) and run down the arm to the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms are caused when the median nerve is pinched somewhere between the neck and the wrist.

Chiropractic treatment of carpal tunnel symptoms is always directed at finding the area of nerve impingement and relieving it. Often, specific chiropractic adjustments can relieve carpal tunnel pain.

Along with chiropractic treatment to take pressure off the pinched median nerve, there are carpal tunnel syndrome exercises that help reduce the pain and restore the function. Deep tissue work and electric muscle stimulation may also be used in conjunction with the chiropractic adjustments and therapeutic exercises.

I have been a chiropractor for decades. Treating carpal tunnel syndrome is nothing new to me and I have had great results through the years.

If you are suffering from the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, or other pain, you know how disruptive it can be in your life. Give me a call. Chiropractic care might be the best decision you make.

Waale Chiropractic provides safe, effective chiropractic care to the Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo and surrounding communities.

The first step in taking your life back is easy, just give us a call!?

701-365-0401

Waale Chiropractic Clinic PLLC 417 Main Ave, Fargo ND

Questions or concerns? Don't hesitate to send me an email.

I read each and every email and personally respond. I look forward to hearing from you!

Dr. Waale

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The first step in taking your life back is easy, just give us a call!?

701-365-0401

Waale Chiropractic Clinic PLLC 417 Main Ave, Fargo ND

Questions or concerns? Don't hesitate to send me an email.

I read each and every email and personally respond. I look forward to hearing from you!

Dr. Waale

Ask the Doctor a Question