How is carpal tunnel syndrome treated?
Everyone will experience carpal tunnel syndrome differently, and your specific treatment plan will depend on the severity of your symptoms, how long you’ve had them, and how much of an impact the condition is having on your daily life.
Treatments can include wrist splints, corticosteroid injections, chiropractic therapy, anti-inflammatory drugs, and acupuncture procedures. If none of these treatments work, hand surgery may be the best option. Hand Surgery is also recommended if your carpal tunnel syndrome is disturbing your sleep, causing loss of feeling or movement of the fingers, and/or there is damage to the median nerve.