CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
Carpal tunnel syndrome is defined as a complex of symptoms arising from compression of median nerve at the carpal tunnel. This is a common problem with estimated annual incidence of.5 to 5 per1000. We have medicine for carpal tunnel syndrome where the patient can avoid surgery. Patient will find relief within days of starting our medicine.
Dosage: 6 bottles of Arthritis Q R capsules for 100 days
2 capsules 3 times a day with food
What is carpal tunnel
The carpal tunnel is a canal in the wrist through tendons, nerves and blood vessels pass. The transverse carpal ligament cover the carpal tunnel. Repetitive activities cause stress injury, swelling and inflammation to this tunnel.
What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition caused by compression or entrapment of the motor and sensory nerve in the wrist, resulting in pain, muscle weakness, numbness and tingling sensation in the hand. This condition may be more prevalent in people, who use their wrist in repetitive activity.
What are the main causes?
> Using vibrating tools and machines regularly
> Using wrists repeatedly (e.g., typists, computer operators, house painters…..)
> Hobbies such as rowing, knitting, gardening
What are the risk factors
> Risk factors including underling medical conditions
> Metabolic disorder
> Bone enlargement caused by over production of growth hormones
> Diabetes mellitus
> Tendon inflammation
> Wrist fracture
What are the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome?
> Pain and numbness
> Muscle weakness in the hand and wrist
> Impaired refluxes
> In advanced cases shrinkage of the fleshy area at the base of thumb may occur
Pain and numbness in Carpal tunnel syndrome
Pain and numbness in the thumb, index finger and middle finger. That often worsen at night and may radiate to upper arm. Pain usually occur near the palm of the hand.
What is the difference between osteoarthritis of the wrist and carpal tunnel syndrome?
In osteoarthritis pain mainly in carpal-metacarpal joints or in metacarpal- phalangeal joints but in Carpal tunnel syndrome it is in thumbs, index finger and middle finger.