We offer a carpal tunnel treatment in our office that can help patients who are experiencing significant pain in their hands, wrists and forearms.
- Are noninvasive
- Do not require surgery
- Have no downtime or recovery process afterwards
- Are affordable
- Are completely natural
- Make it easier for the body to recover
- Safe, regardless of a person’s overall health
- Can be delivered independently or in conjunction with other treatments
- Have a high success rate
There are numerous benefits to the treatments we offer in our office. Most important is to remember that we customize carpal tunnel treatments based on the needs of an individual patient. We do not offer in-the-box solutions but instead, carefully examine each patient to determine what we feel will be the best way to provide relief and long-term healing. Therefore, if other treatments have not worked in the past, there is still hope.
When should patients visit our office for a carpal tunnel treatment?
We recommend that a patient schedules an appointment with our office when they have one or all of the following symptoms:
- Arm pain
- Wrist pain
- Pain in the hands or difficulty making a clenched fist
- Struggle to move their wrists
- Inability to pick things up due to forearm pain or wrist pain
- Tingling sensations in the arms
- Inability to perform daily duties at work due to pain or soreness
There is a high chance that worker’s compensation insurance will pay for treatment
Carpal tunnel is regularly caused by repetitive motions. Typically these motions occur during the course of someone’s workday. Whether this means typing on a computer all day, taking notes or performing the same repetitive task in a manufacturing facility, it is the work environment and work duties that often lead to symptoms and pain.
Workers have the right to file a claim for worker’s compensation insurance benefits. These benefits include the ability to seek treatment from a physician, paid for by worker’s compensation insurance. These insurance benefits should continue to pay for treatment until a worker has reached their maximum level of recovery. Thus, there is no reason to avoid seeking help and continuing treatments.
Surgery should be the last resort
In our opinion, surgery should is mainly the last resort option after nothing else works. It should not be the go-to solution or something to try immediately. Even if the pain is severe, there is a good chance that our treatment will help to alleviate the pain and pressure. Since it is a noninvasive treatment, this is truly the better option.
Schedule an appointment for help
Carpal tunnel can be incredibly difficult. We encourage you to take action now so that you can begin to recover and return to a life that is free from constant pain. Our carpal tunnel treatment is noninvasive yet highly effective.
Call to begin to benefit from this innovative and natural way to experience carpal tunnel treatment in our office and promote healing.