What causes carpal tunnel syndrome?
The exact cause of it is unknown. Because the wrist is a very narrow tunnel anatomically, any inflammation can cause pressure. Most complaints start with the right hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome may occur in any person, but 3 times more common in women than in men. Singled out the high-risk groups are: pregnant women, patients who had a fracture or dislocation of the joint area, who are diagnosed with the following chronic diseases: diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, rheumatoid arthritis.
Why should we treat it?
Firstly, the symptoms of patients suffer only from time to time, and then permanent complaints start. Similar complaints can lead to other physical conditions, such as muscle or tendon damage iogs, wrist joints arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, and so forth. Therefore, confirmation of the diagnosis must be said to a doctor.
How can we treat carpal tunnel syndrome?
Treatment begins with a joint immobilization. Support the use of highly effective joint. Support is required to use at night and during the day if possible. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (eg. Ibuprofen, naprokseni) and significantly reduce the Cold aches. The doctor must prescribe you hormonal drugs locally. If drug treatment fails, surgical treatment is prescribed. Available in both open and endoscopic surgery.
How to prevent the development of carpal tunnel syndrome?
In order to prevent Carpal tunnel syndrome, the prevention and relief of symptoms require specific trainings.