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Laser Treatment Of Carpal Tunnel

Would you like your carpal tunnel syndrome or hand pain to go away? Have you looked into painless cold laser therapy to treat your carpal tunnel syndrome or hand pain? Hi, I’m Michael Guadagnino and I want to show you a little bit about cold laser therapy today. Cold laser therapy is a laser that does not produce heat unlike the lasers used for surgery. rather it is a cooler laser so it is known as quot;cold laserquot;. It is a painless laser that delivers photons to damaged cells It is the consensus of experts that photons absorbed by the cells through laser therapy stimulate the tissue produce the cell’s energy ATP. This bichemical increase in cell energy is used to transform live cells from state of

illness to a stable healthy state This is the cold laser unit we use to treat carpal tunnel syndrome Depending on the severity of the injury, we will modify the treatment protocol to fit each patients needs based on the unit’s computers. Our office offers a complete examination and consultation to see if Cold Laser Therapy can help your carpal tunnel syndrome If you suffer with carpal tunnel syndrome please call the office today at 2018256601 Don’t delay. Thank you.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Repair Surgery PreOp Patient Education Medical HD

Your has recommended that you undergohand surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. But what exactly is carpal tunnel syndrome? The median nerve, which carries sensationto the thumb and first three fingers, passes through a natural passageway in the wrist.This opening called the carpal tunnel is formed by archshaped wrist bones and a connectingligament. Various conditions, such as pregnancy, injury,arthritis and changes in the tendons caused by repetitive motion can crowd the alreadynarrow tunnel, putting pressure on the nerve. This added pressure can cause a tingling sensationin the fingers and the thumb and may even

lead to numbness, pain and restricted movement.This combination of symptoms is called the carpal tunnel syndrome. Your Procedure: On the day of your operation, you will beasked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operatingtable. Your will scrub thoroughly and willapply an antiseptic solution to the skin around

the area where the incision will be made. Next, the surgeon will numb the involved areaof the hand and wrist with an anesthetic, either with a local injection or by completelyblocking a nerve higher up on the arm. When the operative field is completely numbthe surgeon will make an incision. Skin and other tissue will be carefully drawnaside to expose the carpal ligament. Then the surgeon will cut the ligament, relieving pressure on the nerve that runsbeneath it. Finally the will close the incisionwith fine sutures.

A sterile bandage will be applied and a splintwill be put in place to prevent the wrist from moving while healing takes place.

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