Carpal Tunnel

Are you looking for how to stop carpal tunnel pain? We have the best treatment for you, right here in Greenfield, WI!

How to Stop Carpal Tunnel Pain

Problems in the neck can cause pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, or a loss of strength in the hands.

The major nerve controlling the thumb, index, and parts of the middle, and ring finger is called the median nerve. From the tip of your fingers, it travels through the bones in your wrist, past your elbow, up your arm, through your shoulder and neck, and finally to your spinal cord.

Problems can develop in one or more of these areas. The “carpal” tunnel is formed by bones in the wrist. The median nerve, tendons, and blood vessels pass through this opening. If one or more of the bones forming this tunnel should collapse, inflammation, nerve pressure, and painful symptoms in the wrist area can result.

The median nerve connects to the spinal cord through openings between several bones in the lower neck. When these spinal bones lose their normal motion or position, they can cause problems in the fingers and wrist.

How to Stop Carpal Tunnel Pain in Greenfield, WI

After a thorough examination, Dr. Hruby will perform specific adjustments where needed to help normalize structure and reduce nerve irritation. When given time, conservative, chiropractic care has produced excellent results with carpal tunnel problems – without drugs or surgery.

Many of Dr. Hruby’s patients report carpal tunnel relief without drugs or surgery. Every patient responds differently. Regardless of how you respond, enjoy the drug-free results millions have enjoyed by consulting a chiropractic doctor like Dr. Hruby.

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