Hand

What is it?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects a nerve that passes through the wrist. It can be caused by irritation of the tendons through the wrist, or from other swelling that causes the nerve to be compressed.

Symptoms

This can cause pain and weakness into the hand as well as numbness and tingling into the index and middle fingers and thumb. The symptoms are commonly worse at night and can be impacted by sleeping position.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, book an appointment.

19 August 2020
Carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome

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Dislocations

Dislocations

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Mallet finger

Mallet finger

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Trigger finger

Trigger finger

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Boutonniere deformity

Boutonniere deformity

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Arthritis

Hand arthritis

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