carpal tunnel syndrome does not necessarily come from daily work at the computer. There are several reasons, but the carvers tend to get this syndrome.
The narrow road or canal in the palm side of the wrist where the median nerve is located. It is surrounded by bones and ligaments. Constant pressure causes swelling and irritation of the nerves that this area of the wrist. The road or canal is about the size of a thumb. The median nerve carries the impulses of the hands and fingers of.
Because I'm a woodcarver and carved walking sticks for hours, I felt compelled to give some information about surgery was required to take away the constant and severe pain in both hands.
Last year, the following symptoms developed both hands and shoulders; hands aching and tingling, numbness in the index finger, the ring finger and the pain radiates into two shoulders.
The hand is weakened, and it was hard to grab a knife and electric tools. It was difficult to complete simple tasks, he carved sticks.
The condition can cause carpal tunnel syndrome, other conditions, so it is important that the family doctor for advice.
How do you treat this condition before and after surgery? While working at the bench, often stop, stand up and stretch your arms above the head. clasp your hands while you have your arms above your head and hold for at least one minute. Make it a habit and repeat every 30 minutes. Also, place your hand in a vertical position of the fingers pointed at the ceiling. Press together firmly at least 30 seconds. This multiple times.
Purchase a wrist splint or brace the local Walgreens or Walmart store or health care provider. The brace should be worn while on the bench, and at night you go to bed. This prevents bending of the wrist during sleep, and will reduce the irritation of the hinge or pivot.
Go on the Internet and find information on exercises that are good for your hands and wrists and shoulders. The doctor may send a physiotherapist for treatment. This condition can be very painful, and do not let it continue to remain without treatment.
See your doctor.