Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment: I came across"Non Surgical Treatments for Carpal Tunnel" and would like to ask Veijo Lesonen about alternative treatment and therapy methods.

"Muscular Skeletal Physiologists and Clinicians have been using massage therapy and specialty elastic tapping for decades to enhance the body’s natural healing process, relieve pain, swelling, inflammation and numbness caused by soft tissue injuries such as CTS to successfully avoid invasive surgical procedures."

There is a lot of information about alternative methods on the internet. At what stage of the CTS illness is massage therapy effective?

"People often ask, 'Why should I have surgery to solve a problem with inflammation in my joint?' This is a good question. There are so many well developed and effective alternative therapies that can solve the problem of inflammation without resorting to, for instance, Carpal Tunnel Surgery. These techniques improve blood circulation and lymphatic fluid exchange which results in more rapid regeneration of damaged tissue at the cellular level and dispersion of fluids contributing to swollen fascia tissue. These Carpal Tunnel Treatments have been proven to relieve pressure on the Median Nerve and eliminate the pain and symptoms of CTS."
  1. Is surgery the only alternative?
  2. What are the best alternative therapies?
  3. How should inflammation then be treated?
  4. What changes should be made to working conditions?
  5. Rapid regeneration of damaged tissue at the cellular level?

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