Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that causes tingling, numbness and other symptoms in the arm and hand. The cause is a pinched nerve in the wrist, according to Mayo Clinic. More »

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The function of the carpals is to allow for the easy and free movement of the wrist. There are eight carpal bones: the scaphoid, the capitate, the trapezium, the trapezoid, the lunate, the triquetral, the pisiform and th... More »

Although Carpal Solution's inventor claims the remedy is 97 percent effective, there is only one extremely limited clinical study supporting its use, as the Carpal Solution website reports. Traditional therapies, such as... More »

Carpal tunnel syndrome typically begins with numbness or tingling in the thumb, index and middle fingers that comes and goes, according to Mayo Clinic. This numbness is often accompanied by discomfort in the hand and wri... More »

A person with carpal tunnel syndrome may feel erratic tingling and numbness in the hands and fingers, especially when grasping a phone or steering wheel, according to Mayo Clinic. The hands may also feel weak, and the ti... More »

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Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve running from the forearm through the wrist and to the hand becomes compressed, according to Mayo Clinic. The nerve runs through a space called the carpal tunnel. Pain o... More »

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Carpal tunnel syndrome, depending on the cause of symptoms, can be treated by an orthopedic surgeon, a neurologist, a rheumatologist or other primary care physician specializing in hand, wrist and arm issues. Due to the ... More »