How I Healed my Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Reverse Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Master, created by Hilma Volk, is a new carpal tunnel syndrome treatment course that covers advanced treatment plans, safe methods, exercises, and detailed instruction on how to eliminate the numbness, tingling, and pain in their hands, wrist, fingers, and forearms. If you determine that it is in fact CTS that you are suffering from, the video lessons will walk you through a number of special techniques that will help loosen the tight spots in the muscle and get relief from the chronic pain you are dealing with. The methods include massage techniques and exercises designed to reverse the damage to the muscle caused by CTS and allow you to use your arms without pain. According to the author, Hilma Volk, this method has helped thousands of people around the world overcome their painful conditions and live the life they deserve. Read more...

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The writer presents a well detailed summery of the major headings. As a professional in this field, I must say that the points shared in this manual are precise.

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Carpal Tunnel And Wrist Pain Treatment In 3 Days

This is a detailed video course that walks you through exactly how to treat wrist pain within 3 days (often much sooner). I demonstrate step-by-step exactly what you need to do the special message, what specific parts of your arm to manipulate, the exercise, and the post-pain treatment.

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Carpal Tunnel Secrets Unleashed

The Only Treatment Plan That's Guaranteed To Give You Fast, Easy, And Permanent Relief From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Without Wearing Wrist Splints/Braces, Expensive Visits to Physiotherapy or Doctors, Getting Painful Cortisone Shots, or Even Think About Invasive Carpal Tunnel Surgery. Simply take just 5 minutes every other day to follow this blueprint, fail-proof formula using easy to follow, step-by-step techniques, and I guarantee you will see immediate results in less than 72 hours (many people experience relief from pain the same day they start!) But it gets even better: You don't have to break a sweat. You don't have to devote special time out of your busy day for your treatment. You can complete all 8 carpal tunnel treatment techniques in less than 5 minutes, sitting in the comfort of your own home watching television. This isn't some expensive membership program or a system that requires you to purchase anything else to get immediate results

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Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

This is a complete guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and its simply called Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. I've put everything I know about Cts into simple, understandable language so that you can easily learn all there is to know about Cts . Things like. Introduction To Carpal Tunnel: The first step to freedom is knowing your condition. (pages 8-9) Cts Symptoms: Simple keys to discovering if you have Cts. (pages 9-10) The Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Find the root of the issue and take care of it! (pages 10-13) Diagnosing Cts: Know what you have so you can start treating it today. (pages 14-16) Non-Surgical Treatments: Be pain free without surgery. (pages 17-22) Alternative Treatments: Several treatment options that are outside the box. (pages 22-23) Avoiding Cts: Even if you don't have it, it's good to know how to avoid it. (pages 24-25) Cts Exercises. Great exercises that can dramatically reduce the effect of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. (pages 25-29) New Work Habits: Keys to preventing Cts while you work. (pages 30-31) Treatment Effectiveness: Make sure your treatment is working so you can get free! (pages 32-34) Finding A Doctor: Keys to finding a great doctor that will help you get passed Cts (page 35) Surgical Treatments: Make the best decision by having the most information at your disposal. (pages 36-40) Occupational Considerations. Is your job affecting your health? (page 41-42) If it's not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. How to move forward if it's not Cts. (pages 43-44)

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Growthhormoneproducing Adenomas

The diagnosis may be made coincidentally or because of complications such as carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hypopitu-itarism or sleep apnea. Chronic hypertension can lead to cerebrovascular disease, coronary artery disease and congestive cardiac failure. Patients with acromegaly also have a higher incidence of malignancy, including colonic polyps, colonic carcinomas and breast carcinoma, than the general population.

Degenerative Disease Of The Cervical Spine

The differential diagnosis of spondylosis is extensive and includes peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes, neurodegenerative disorders and infectious processes. Patients manifesting with distal arm numbness and or weakness and pain may have peripheral entrapment neuropathy, involving median and or ulnar nerves. The distribution and character of the symptoms and the findings on examination can assist in the differential diagnosis. Carpal tunnel syndrome typically presents with pain and or numbness and occasionally weakness, predominantly involving the hand. Pain from carpal tunnel syndrome can radiate proximally to involve the forearm. It is atypical but possible for carpal tunnel pain to extend up to the shoulder. In the latter instance, proximal nerve or nerve root involvement must be considered. Another typical feature of carpal tunnel syndrome is an exacerbation of the numbness and pain at night. Bilateral hand symptomatology could be a manifestation of bilateral carpal tunnel...

Endoscopic Techniques

The first report of an endoscopic technique for the release of an entrapped median nerve in the carpal tunnel was by the Japanese orthopedist Okutsu in 1987 (11). An accomplished arthroscopist, Okutsu presented a single-portal (one incision) approach using a rigid arthroscope. In his introduction of the technique, he described a single transverse incision proximal to the distal wrist crease. Dissection through the antebrachial fascia allowed placement of a clear tubular plastic sheath for the introduction of a 30-degree rigid arthroscope. By rotating the arthroscope 90 degrees counterclockwise or clockwise, he achieved visualization of the carpal tunnel contents. A hook shaped cutting blade was inserted along side of the sheath, and under direct visualization, the transverse carpal ligament was cut in its entirety. He reported a 99.4 success rate in 750 procedures (12,13). His instrumentation was never marketed or approved in North America, and the only experiences available are those...

Piriformis Syndrome Description

Radiating Pain

Edwards46 described it as neuritis of branches of the sciatic nerve, caused by pressure of an injured or irritated piriformis muscle. Freiberg and Vinke43 were the first to describe the classic findings of Lasegue's sign and tenderness at the sciatic notch over the piriformis muscle. The common peroneal division of the sciatic nerve is thought to be more frequently affected. Anatomic variants of the sciatic nerve as it courses along the piriformis muscle are thought to be contributory factors however, this association is not grounded in diagnostic studies or surgical observa-tion.47 Historically, diagnostic studies have not been reliable therefore, the diagnosis was made strictly on clinical grounds. This fact has severely compromised the credibility of this entity as a valid diagnosis. A fundamental problem lies in the fact that the piri-formis muscle has not been proven as the singular structure compressing the sciatic nerve in this syndrome therefore, the nomenclature...

Tendons adnexa and ligaments

Some examples are the transverse carpal ligament, which defines the superior aspect of the carpal tunnel, where the flexor digitorum tendons and the median nerve run, and the ankle reti-nacula, which stabilize the flexor and extensor tendons in their deflexion points 22 .

Error Provoking Factors

Surgically Modified Human Toilet

Two reusable graspers used in laparoscopic surgery (Storz Endoscopy). The instruments are limited because they can be moved only in certain directions they can be inserted and removed moved at an angle about the fulcrum, the point of support at the entry port rotated about a longitudinal axis as in turning the instrument inside the body cavity and made to open and close. These limitations restrict the surgeons' movement of the instruments and frequently force awkward postures of the arms and shoulders, hence can influence the execution of the surgical procedure. Surgeons who perform MIS complain of fatigue there are reports of repetitive strain injuries. In one instance, a surgeon had surgery to correct carpal tunnel syndrome in his preferred hand (MacKenzie et al., 1998).

Vitamins

Pyridoxine is extremely important in the development of the nervous system. It helps process amino acids and is involved in the production of serotonin, melatonin, and dopamine. The vitamin has been used to reduce morning sickness during pregnancy. A hormonal shift leading to PMS (premenstrual syndrome) in women, and nerve compression injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome,

Operative sequence

The vascular pathology of the avulsion injury has been characterized in experimental models and human specimens by Mitchell and colleagues 29 . Arteries are damaged over an extended distance, and while they may be present in the stump, they usually require proximal dissection to obtain good pulsatile flow and an undamaged intimal layer. Branch points are characteristic sites of injury, and avulsion injured vessels should be electively resected above the level of the next proximal intact branch. The digital nerves in the avulsed digit are probably ultimately the limiting factor in functional recovery in these digits. The longitudinal extent of the injury means the prognosis for recovery in some is poor. In these patients, it is difficult to know whether replacing the stretched nerve with a nerve graft is worthwhile because determining the proximal extent of the injury is difficult, the outcome is unpredictable, and a donor nerve must be sacrificed potentially adding insult to injury....

Operative techniques

After arterial inflow has been reestablished, swelling of the hand and forearm should remind the surgeon that fasciotomies of the hand, forearm, and possibly the arm may be required. We perform hand and forearm fasciotomies straightaway in those patients with ischemia times greater than 8 hours and all arm-level replantations. The forearm fasciotomies include release of the superficial and deep volar compartments and the dorsal compartment. The hand fasciotomies include release of the hypothenar, thenar, and interossei muscles as well as the carpal tunnel.

Electromyography

This may be helpful in differentiating weakness primarily due to nerve involvement from that due to muscle involvement. Disorders of the nerves may be demyelinating or axonal. In demyelinating disorders loss of the myelin insulating sheath results in a reduced nerve conduction velocity, whereas axonal loss leads to a reduction in the action potential obtained as a result of stimulating the nerve. Gross loss of muscle mass may also lead to reduction in the action potential detected in the muscle following stimulation of the nerve supplying it. Thus it is possible to differentiate predominantly axonal neuropathies from those due to demyelination and, by examining a wide variety of nerves neurophysiologically, it may be possible to discern whether the neuropathy is generalized or localized. Localized neuropathies are often due to entrapment syndromes such as carpal tunnel syndrome or root lesions. Electrical recordings of muscle activity may also be made. These may be taken from either...

Wrist Injections

Anesthetic injections of the wrist are not commonly requested as a separate procedure. However, the addition of anesthetic agents such as lidocaine and or bupivicaine to the contrast material during tricompartmental wrist arthrography can be useful. This modification to standard wrist arthrography adds the additional element of localizing symptomatic compartments. This is especially useful when no abnormal communication is documented between compartments, suggesting intra-articular causes of wrist pain other than intrinsic ligament injuries.

Surgical Anatomy

As it enters the hand, the median nerve innervates the LOAF muscles, which include the first and second lumbricales, the opponens pollicis, the abductor pollicis brevis, and the flexor pollicis brevis. The recurrent motor branch, which may arise in the carpal tunnel, can reach the thenar muscles either by looping around the distal end of the transverse carpal ligament (most common type) or through the ligament anywhere along its length. The motor branch innervates the abductor pollicis brevis, the opponens pollicis, and the superficial head of the flexor pollicis brevis. The palmar cutaneous branch of the median nerve exits the median nerve prior to its entry into the carpal tunnel and then travels superficially alongside the median nerve into the palm, where it divides into a medial and lateral branch supplying the skin over the median eminence and extending medially to the fourth metacarpal bone. The branch most commonly originates about 2 cm proximal to...

Results

As previously reported by the author (23) in an extensive review of the literature, a total of 8068 endoscopic carpal tunnel release procedures have been reported (Table 1). These reports were classified according to the technique used and the type of study conducted. The success rate varied between 78 and 100 , although the definition of success was not uniform from paper to paper.

Surgical Procedure

Wrist Creases

After careful assessment of the different types of endoscopic approaches to the carpal tunnel, it is the author's preference to use the biportal technique described by Brown. This section depicts that procedure in detail. As with any open technique, the type of anesthesia used is the surgeon's choice. Local, regional (Bier block), or general nonendotracheal anesthesia can be used. Insertion of the endoscopic instrumentation can cause discomfort and pain to the patient, making local anesthesia less desirable. Regional anesthesia via Bier block can be used in most patients safely and rapidly with little discomfort. This type of anesthesia is particularly useful in patients with higher American Society of Anesthesiologiest (ASA) grades, in those with a history of esophageal As with any endoscopic surgery, the video equipment is connected and checked for proper functioning prior to anesthetic induction. It is imperative that the appropriate orientation be obtained so that the TV monitor...

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