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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Clinic

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How Airrosti Can Help: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Diagnosis, treatment, and pain Relief

Accurate Diagnosis

We take the time needed for a thorough examination to find the underlying cause of your pain.

Targeted Manual Therapy

Airrosti Providers use hands-on manual therapy to treat carpal tunnel syndrome to reduce pain, increase mobility, and accelerate healing.


No surgery, injections, or prescription medication.

Shorter Recovery Time

Patients have shorter recovery time with an average of 3.2 visits over 2 weeks.

Over 1.4+ Million
injuries treated!

Personalized Recovery Exercises

Speed your recovery and keep your pain from returning.

Over 1.4+ Million
injuries treated!

The Benefits of Airrosti

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Within your arm is the median nerve, which travels from your shoulder and runs down into your hands, passing through a narrow passageway in the wrist called the carpal tunnel. The carpal tunnel is made of bones and ligaments that protect the nerve as it travels through the wrist.

Primarily, the median nerve functions to provide sensory and motor functions to your thumb, as well as the ring, index, and middle finger. Additionally, the median nerve also controls some muscles within the base of your thumb.

Unfortunately, the carpal tunnel can narrow due to inflammation or swelling of the tendons in the area. When this occurs, irritation and pressure of the nerve can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).

Follow along as we discuss the signs and symptoms associated with carpal tunnel syndrome.

You’ll be given a thorough explanation of the anatomy of this condition and its various causes. Lastly, learn how traditional treatment compares with how Airrosti addresses carpal tunnel syndrome.

Still have questions or concerns about carpal tunnel syndrome? Schedule a no-cost video chat with one of our Providers.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Causes and Risk Factors

Anyone can suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome, especially those who use their hands repetitively for work. This condition is commonly seen in office workers, those who do manual labor, or other tasks or activities that require hand or wrist movements.

Often, pressure on the median nerve is the result of awkward, strenuous wrist positions while working or sleeping. In some cases, there may not be one single cause when developing carpal tunnel syndrome.

Other common factors that can contribute to this condition include:

• Age

• Pregnancy

• Pre-existing medical conditions like rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes

• Hormonal changes

• Previous arm or wrist injuries

Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

While carpal tunnel syndrome can occur at any time, the symptoms are often experienced at night. You may wake up and try to “shake out” the hand or wrist. Furthermore, tingling or numbness may be present in your hand and wrist during the day, accompanied by decreased grip strength. CTS specifically affects the thumb, index, middle, and ring fingers.

Further symptoms associated with this condition include:

• Hand weakness and difficulty grasping or holding objects

• Numbness, tingling, or a “shock” feeling in the fingers

• Pain or a burning sensation that travels through your arm

• Decreased feeling in your fingers

• Weakness or swelling sensation in the hand and fingers

• Itching, tingling, numbness, or pain in the palm of the hand and fingers

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome FAQS

Surgery is not always necessary for carpal tunnel syndrome. In many cases, conservative treatments such as wrist splinting, corticosteroid injections, physical therapy, and Airrosti care can effectively manage symptoms and improve the condition. Surgery may be considered if symptoms are severe, persistent, or if there is evidence of nerve damage. It’s important to discuss all treatment options with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of action.

Over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen can help alleviate pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome. Additionally, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or corticosteroid injections may be prescribed by a healthcare professional to reduce inflammation and alleviate symptoms. It’s important to use medications as directed and to be aware of potential side effects.

Yes, there are several self-care techniques and exercises that can help alleviate carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms. These may include wearing a wrist splint at night to keep the wrist in a neutral position, performing stretching exercises to relieve pressure on the median nerve, and taking frequent breaks to rest the hands and wrists during activities that require repetitive motions. Additionally, applying ice to the affected area and practicing good ergonomic habits can help prevent and manage symptoms.

While it’s important to avoid activities that exacerbate carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms, completely restricting all activity may not be necessary. Modifying activities to reduce strain on the wrists and incorporating rest breaks can help alleviate symptoms. It’s also important to practice good ergonomic habits, such as maintaining proper posture and using ergonomic tools and equipment, to prevent further injury. If symptoms persist or worsen, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional for proper evaluation and guidance on activity modification.

Patient Testimonials

If you’re experiencing symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, don’t wait.

We offer both in-clinic and telehealth appointments to best suit your needs.

Reviewed by Casey Crisp, Doctor of Chiropractic

Disclaimer: Always consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program. If you experience any numbness, tingling or reproduction of your symptoms, please contact your doctor.

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