Carpal Tunnel Injection
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by compression of the median nerve that runs through the carpal tunnel in the wrist. People with carpal tunnel syndrome typically have pain, weakness, and numbness or tingling in the hand and arm. The syndrome is generally thought to be caused by repetitive motion such as typing, operating equipment, or any type of work that requires chronic repetitive motion of the fingers, wrist, and arm.
Injecting a steroid or other medication near the carpal tunnel of the wrist can lead to a long-term improvement of symptoms in people with carpal tunnel syndrome. The therapy provides relief from pain and should be considered as an option before surgery in people with the repetitive motion injury.
Our team of physicians use a variety of surgical and non-surgical options in an effort to provide patients with the very best treatment for their unique pain conditions.
We provide holistic relief for a variety of pain conditions with the primary goal not to simply minimize pain and discomfort, but to provide a better quality of life.