Carpal Tunnel Syndrome surgery is on the rise. In fact, it’s big business. The only problem is that patient after patient has come to me for treatment after they had failed surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome.
Why does carpal tunnel surgery fail so often? I believe that there are several reasons. These are the topics that will be discussed in this article. I will also discuss part of my highly successful natural and non-invasive treatment methods for people who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome and other forms of radiculopathy or nerve pain.
Is the Nerve Conduction Velocity Test Accurate for Detecting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
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I used to race motorcycles back in the early 1990’s. It was a sport called motocross. I loved it. It was some of the most fun that I’ve ever had.
It was pure adrenaline. Imagine jumping 25 feet in the air and having to time the landing just right to pull it off. Imagine 20 guys racing towards the first turn knowing how important it is to get a quick lead at the beginning of the race.
It was like a stampede of mad cows but instead of 4 legs and a tail, we all had 250 cc engines on 2 wheels. Those 2 stroke motorcycles were like raging bulls with power that is hard to explain for someone who has never been on one. It was really something else.
During that part of my life, I was stationed on Guam while in the United States Air Force. It was my dream to get out of the Air Force and become a professional motorcycle racer. Continue reading “Why Are My Thumb and First Finger Going Numb?”