Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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    What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

    Carpal tunnel syndrome is a frequent ailment that affects the hand and wrist, causing pain, numbness, tingling, and paralysis. It occurs when the median nerve, which runs through the wrist, is subjected to increasing pressure. The thumb, index, and middle fingers, as well as part of the ring finger, are all supplied with feeling by this nerve. The little finger, also commonly known as the “pinky finger”, on average remains unaffected.

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    Symptoms generally appear gradually and might strike at any time. Early signs and symptoms include:

    • Numbness in the evening
    • Pins and/or toes tingling and/or hurting (especially the thumb, index, and middle fingers).

    Nighttime sensations are frequent and might wake individuals up since some people sleep with their wrists curled. These nocturnal symptoms are frequently the first to be noticed. In the early stages of the illness, shaking the hands might assist reduce discomfort.

    Typical daytime symptoms include:

    • In the fingertips, there is a tingling sensation.
    • Feeling in the fingertips has deteriorated.
    • Hand difficulty doing tiny activities, such as handling small items.
    • To drive, one must grasp a steering wheel.
    • I’m holding a book that I’m going to read.
    • Writing.
    • Using a keyboard on a computer

    Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome grow more consistent as the condition worsens. These signs and symptoms may include:

    • Hand sluggishness.
    • Inability to carry out jobs that need sensitive movements (such as buttoning a shirt).
    • Objects are being dropped.

    If you are experiencing any of the above, visit the nearest carpal tunnel syndrome doctor in Delhi as soon as possible if not now!

    Diagnosis and

    The diagnosis is a multi-step procedure, starting with an interview by the carpal tunnel syndrome doctor, followed by a series of tests such as the Tinel’s test and the Phalen’s to gain a better understanding of the progress of the syndrome. This can also be followed by imaging tests such as X-Rays, etc. to ensure accuracy in diagnosis. The treatment in such a scenario is often a judicious mix of medication and exercises with the occasional endoscopic or open surgery in extreme, rare, and far in-between cases. Nonetheless, our staff at Uphealth prioritizes the safety, health, and comfort of all our patients over everything else.We offer advanced laser and laparoscopic surgical treatment.

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