Totowa NJ Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment






Define Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition where the median nerve, running from the forearm to the palm of the hand, becomes painful with numbness and tingling. This discomfort is mainly the result of being pressed or squeezed. The Carpal Tunnel is a path of ligament and bones at the base of the hand housing the nerves and tendons that bend fingers. This is an important area of one’s anatomy that is in constant use. Continual use of the hand in the same way, such as typing or clicking on a computer or a phone, can cause pain and discomfort leading to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Tennis players also suffer with this condition from gripping a tennis racquet for long periods of time. Relieving Carpal Tunnel Syndrome discomfort is a specialty of the Physical Therapy Team at Elite Spine and Sports Care of Totowa.


Treatment Options Are Available


Elite Spine and Sports Care of Totowa offers expert Physical Therapy Services to Passaic County and nearby area patients to relieve the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is very frustrating and uncomfortable for sufferers of the condition.


What Does Treatment Consist Of?


Initially, when you begin to have pain associated with constant use of the hands and wrists the best thing is to rest the area frequently. Learning the correct stretching techniques for treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the start of expert physical therapy instruction by Elite Spine staff. These exercises treat the pain in your hands and wrists and can be practiced as you work. When these exercises don’t prove therapeutic in relieving the pain, our therapists use Active Release Technique, or Deep Tissue Laser Therapy.  These are drug-free and surgery-free treatment options.


Relieve The Pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome With Treatment


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is caused by the continuous and strenuous use of the hands and wrists. Therapists at Elite Spine and Sports Care of Totowa have the expertise and experience to find the treatment that will work best for your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome discomfort. If you have pain in your hands and wrists from overuse, call and make an appointment for therapy. We can be reached at (862) 239-1768.