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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome



Have You Noticed Persistent Discomfort In Your Wrist Or Hands?

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The median nerve is a neural pathway that runs from your forearm into your hand. It controls the sensations you feel in your palm, thumb, fore, middle, and ring fingers. The median nerve passes through your wrist via a small channel called the carpal tunnel.

The tendons surrounding the carpal tunnel can become inflamed and the bones misaligned creating pressure on your median nerve. The resulting pain and irritation is known as “carpal tunnel syndrome.”

Tasks involving repetitive motion and flexing of the wrist are known to contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome. It is a common condition among carpenters, cashiers, people who type a lot, and assembly line workers. Typically, the discomfort is noticed in a person’s dominant hand, but both hands can be affected.

Recognizing the Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Take note if you are experiencing the following symptoms:


  • Numbness, tingling, or discomfort on the palm side of your fingers

  • The pain radiates from your wrist through your forearm to your elbow


You might first notice symptoms at night, while sleeping, or first waking up. It may start as a mild numbness, but it can progress to a persistent discomfort.

If you are experiencing these symptoms, we recommend you come in for a consultation. Make an appointment online anytime.

We Are Here To Help

Our mission is to provide a timely and sustainable recovery. We practice a range of evidence­ based techniques to aid in your recovery, customized to each patient.

Chiropractic Manipulative Treatment to help restore your hand and wrist’s full range of motion.

Therapy modalities such as cold laser therapy and electrical stimulation to minimize pain and inflammation.

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy to loosen persistent tightness.

Therapeutic stretching to improve your flexibility.

IronChiro is proud to have serves the Rochester community for more than 20 years. You can schedule an appointment anytime by contacting our office.