Table Of Contents
- Carpal Tunnel Treatment In Malaysia Without Surgery Or Injections
- How To Differentiate Carpal Tunnel From Radial Or Ulnar Compression Syndrome?
- Ulnar Nerve Compression & Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- What Is The Best Test For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
- What Is The Best Treatment For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome In Malaysia?
- What To Do Wrist Pain?
- Are Braces Or Splints Helpful With Wrist Pain?
Carpal Tunnel Treatment In Malaysia Without Surgery Or Injections
Get the best carpal tunnel syndrome treatment at Chiropractic SPecialty Cetner® (CSC). Carpal tunnel treatment at CSC gets you better without steroid injections or wrist surgery; contact us today for lasting relief of wrist pain and carpal tunnel pain.
Carpal tunnel syndrome results when the median nerve at the wrist is compressed and irritated. We have listed the most common causes of carpal tunnel syndrome here:
- Misalignment of the small bones of the wrist (carpal bones)
- Damaged soft tissue (scarring or adhesions of the flexor retinaculum)
- Fluid retention
- Wrist fracture
- Rheumatoid arthritis or other forms of autoimmune disorders
- Thyroid disorder
- Neck problems such as spondylosis and bone spurs
- Slipped disc in the neck
How To Differentiate Carpal Tunnel From Radial Or Ulnar Compression Syndrome?
Wrist pain results when one of the three wrist nerves gets compressed at the wrist, elbow, shoulder, or neck. We have listed the three nerves below:
- Median nerve
- Radial nerve
- Ulnar nerve
Ulnar and the median nerves are the only nerves of the wrist with motor and sensory components. The radial nerve of the wrist only provides sensory innervation to the skin. So, the one which may cause some confusion is the ulnar and the median nerves entrapments as they are both sensory and motor nerves. Ulnar nerve entrapments or compressions occur at the pinky 5th finger side of the wrist. Carpal tunnel syndrome in which the median nerve is compressed occurs in the middle of the wrist near the palm. We have an in-depth article published on ulnar nerve entrapment that compares these three nerve compressions in great detail.
Ulnar Nerve Compression & Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Nerve entrapments of the wrist, including carpal tunnel syndrome, are due to trauma, abrasions, or bruises on the wrist and hand. Repetitive activities or slip and falls where one lands on the wrist cause acute injury to the bones, joints, muscle, soft tissue, and nerves (median, radial, or ulnar nerves). In rheumatoid arthritis, there are visible bony deformities of the wrist and fingers, such as boutonniere deformity, swan neck deformity, and ulnar deviation of the wrist. Osteoarthritis of the small joints in the hand may present with carpal or phalanx bossing. Severe carpal tunnel syndrome with thumb muscles atrophy usually involves other neuropathy syndromes and carpometacarpal arthritis.
Slip discs in the neck can also cause neck pain and carpal tunnel-like symptoms. Other conditions include disorders of the wrists, elbows, and shoulder. It is critical to find the actual cause of pain before you engage in any form of care.
What Is The Best Test For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is easily differentiated through specialized tests. A nerve condition test performed by a neurologist can determine if you have carpal tunnel pain syndrome. Nerve condition is used after you have gone through an assessment where carpal tunnel syndrome was suspected. Before nerve condition tests, your doctor will perform some tests to rule out other causative factors. Neck pain, elbow pain, shoulder issues are common causes of carpal tunnel syndrome like pains. Learn more about proper assessments and tests for the carpal tunnel when you visit Chiropractic Specialty Center®.
What Is The Best Treatment For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome In Malaysia?
Conservative treatments are the best way to treat and recover from carpal tunnel syndrome. Steroidal injections and carpal tunnel surgery need repeating for most patients. To avoid steroid injections altogether, they cause more damage. Steroid injections are now linked to severe degenerative changes, including the death of muscles, nerves, bones, and joints. So, say no to the nice man who recommends steroid injections. Better yet, tell him to read newly published research in the Journal of Radiology to stop him from harming others!
Moreover, avoid carpal tunnel surgery. Wrist surgery has an abysmal success rate; you may need a second surgery five or more years later. The best thing you can do for yourself is to contact Chiropractic Specialty Center® (CSC)> CSC offers the best physiotherapy combined with advanced Chiropractic for carpal tunnel syndrome. Our success rate in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome is over 98%. Call us today and get better and lasting relief from carpal tunnel or other nerve entrapments disorders before you get steroid injections or surgery.
What To Do Wrist Pain?
Lifestyle modification is part of the conservative treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome. The constant irritation of the median nerve at the wrist should be minimized. Repetitive motions of the wrist that may be stretching or compressing the median nerve should be avoided. Taking frequent breaks from causative activities helps to alleviate the symptom. Ergonomic equipment such as wrist rest or mouse pad can reduce the irritation on the nerve. Regular keyboard users can look for keyboard alternatives such as a digital pen, voice recognition, or dictation software.
Are Braces Or Splints Helpful With Wrist Pain?
Neutral or cock-up wrist splint has shown favorable results by providing symptoms relief. Physiotherapy and chiropractic treatment is effective in symptom relief. Treatment goals for conservative therapy include pain management, reducing inflammation, minimizing median nerve irritation, and maintaining wrist and hand function.
Get more information on carpal tunnel treatment from an expert chiropractor in Malaysia today by calling 03 2093 1000.