Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Carpal Care Prehabilitative/Recovery Exercise Program, CARPAL TUNNEL Wrist Support
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), the most common of the Repetitive Motion illnesses, is known medically as a "nerve entrapment disorder." According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is the number one cause of occupational cumulative trauma injury in the United States. And every year more than 850,000 new problem visits are made to physicians because of carpal tunnel syndrome. At TestCountry we offer ONLY the most effective Carpal Tunnel Syndrome related products.
At TestCountry we are proud to offer:
A Carpal Care Prehabilitative/Recovery Exercise Program: The program, designed by a staff of physiotherapist/health/fitness professionals , consists of a unique exercise device along with a simple set of daily exercises that are designed to prevent, alleviate, or recover the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
And our CARPAL TUNNEL Wrist Support: that Helps prevent and provide symptomatic relief of Car pal Tunnel Syndrome
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Carpal Tunnel Wrist Syndrome is a painful disorder caused by compression of a nerve in the carpal tunnel. It is characterized by discomfort and weakness in the hands and fingers and by sensations of tingling, burning or numbness. It is also known as nerve entrapment disorder. The carpal tunnel is an osteofibrous canal within which median nerve is present. Compression of the median nerve eventually can be triggered by factors that provoke an increase in volume of a structure within the carpal tunnel. One of the factors that may lead to nerve entrapment is typing on the keyboard and using computer mouse for longer durations. As a result, many computer professionals and accountants are quite susceptible to Carpal Tunnel syndrome. While Phalen's test is most sensitive, the Tinel's test provides a most specific measure of carpal tunnel syndrome. However, to confirm or exclude the diagnosis, electrophysiological examination is necessary. Many health care companies offer these tests and various recovery exercise programs for patients of nerve entrapment.