What's New in
Carpal Tunnel Care?
Carpal tunnel syndrome has gotten a lot of news
coverage in recent years. What hasn't gotten as
much coverage is the fact that surgery for carpal
tunnel syndrome has evolved from an "open"
procedure (a long surgical incision from the forearm
to the mid-palm) requiring several months of recovery
to an endoscopic procedure, requiring a half inch
cut in the front of the wrist. Endoscopic carpal
tunnel surgery requires a bandage for a few days,
no visible stitches, less pain and a more rapid
return to normal activities.
If you would like to learn more
about endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery, visit handfacts.com
or contact The Hand Center 561-746-7686