The success rate for carpal tunnel syndrome surgery is over 90 percent, states Cleveland Clinic. The symptoms of tingling and pain may resolve soon after surgery, but numbness can take up to 3 months to get better. When ... More »

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After carpal tunnel release surgery, the surgeon wraps the patient's wrist in a heavy bandage attached to a splint while still in the operating room. The patient keeps this bandage in place for approximately one week bef... More »

Following surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome in a nondominant hand, a person can return to work in one to two days, provided he doesn’t perform repetitive motions, states WebMD. A person doing repetitive activities ... More »

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For the least complicated procedures, such as microdiscectomy, the predicted success rate is 90 percent or higher, reports Atlanta Spine Surgery. When the procedure is more complex, such as spinal fusion, the expected su... More »

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After carpal tunnel release surgery, the surgeon wraps the patient's wrist in a heavy bandage attached to a splint while still in the operating room. The patient keeps this bandage in place for approximately one week bef... More »

WebMD reports that full recovery from carpal tunnel surgery typically takes up to three months. The hand that received the surgery and the type of surgery performed influence the recovery time. More »

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Following surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome in a nondominant hand, a person can return to work in one to two days, provided he doesn’t perform repetitive motions, states WebMD. A person doing repetitive activities ... More »

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