The Carpal Tunnel Solution
 

Non-Invasive Carpal Tunnel Treatment That Works

Is there a Cure for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

User Experience

"I was introduced to Carpal Control just a in August of 2005, by a patient who had found it on the Internet. The patient has had such good results in such a short time that I have recommended Carpal Control to several other patients who had chronic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The results are remarkable.

It is exciting to see my patients with chronic pain find relief so quickly through the use of a non-invasive device." "As a physician I'm very excited to see how Carpal Control performs after the first 7 nights of treatment, the results are remarkable. It is especially gratifying to see my patients doing so well with Carpal Control because the conventional treatments have resulted in such low patient satisfaction rates."

"My patients have been able to relieve their pain, and hand tingling, they sleep soundly and get back to their active lives. It is rewarding as a physician to be able to offer my patients such an effective treatment like Carpal Control. That is why I got into medicine was to help people with therapies that relieve pain are practical and really work. Carpal Control Works!"

Dr. John Jones, Kentucky.

All Medical Professionals and Healthcare Insurers know that there is no “Cure” for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. It is not a disease that can be cured. It is a syndrome that develops over time and has over 15 different possible contributing factors. The diagnosis can be complex due to the many contributing factors and the consequences are serious with hand functionality at stake. While it cannot be cured, the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be effectively controlled with a proven non-invasive medical breakthrough called Carpal Control Therapy.

Non-invasive therapies that work are always the preferred course of action by medical professionals and healthcare insurers as the first line of defense when treating a chronic syndrome like CTS. They require less downtime, result in less risk to the patient, they can be repeated as needed and have fewer side effects and complications. Conservative treatments that prevent surgery offer remarkable benefits to both the patient and the healthcare delivery system.

Non-Invasive therapies reduce the risk of infection, eliminate long rehabilitation periods and dramatically reduce the cost to insurers, patients and the overburdened healthcare delivery system. Non-Invasive Therapy is an important direction being actively pursued to solve many of the problems in healthcare today.

The benefits to the patient that accrue with non-invasive therapy is most compelling. Effective non-invasive therapies like Carpal Control get the patient quickly back to full hand activity with little disruption to their active life and without the health complications and tissue scarring of Carpal Tunnel Surgery or the documented problems associated with routine localized steroid injections.

Since Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can not be cured, any course of treatment to deal the symptoms of CTS has to be repeated when the symptoms return. It is generally agreed by the hand specialists that Surgery can only be repeated one time without serious consequences due to the repeated scarring of the transverse carpal ligament and the surrounding tissue. This why Carpal Tunnel Syndrome sufferers are often told by a Hand Surgeon that, “You need to change your career or hobby and schedule surgery” when CTS is diagnosed.

Contact First Hand Medical for a list of Physicians or Clinics in Your Local Area that Offer Carpal Control Therapy.

Contact First Hand Medical for a list of Physicians or Clinics in Your Local Area that Offer Carpal Control Therapy

Since Carpal Control Therapy is non-invasive it can be repeated as often as needed to keep the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome under control. It allows the patient to treat themselves in the privacy of their own home while being diagnosed and monitored by medical professionals through regular physician visits.

Most of us take our hands for granted, but when Carpal Tunnel Syndrome strikes, some of the simplest tasks become painful and intolerable. Actions like brushing our teeth, turning the key in the ignition of our vehicle, grabbing the steering wheel while driving, twisting off a lid on a jar in the kitchen, holding a coffee mug, picking up coins for a toll, grabbing a tool or even getting a good night’s sleep can become difficult to perform. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common nerve disorder which affects an estimated 25 million Americans with the incidence growing at a rate of 10% per year.

Early detection and Therapy with Carpal Control is important to checking the progression of the symptoms. Yet some of the early symptoms are subtle and can be easily mistaken for other issues. It is important to be familiar with the symptoms and seek a physician’s confirmation of a self diagnosis when you feel you have identified the early signs.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms
The first symptom people usually notice is that their hand and fingers tingle and become numb while they are sleeping causing them to wake up frequently during the night. Most people do not even realize that this is a symptom of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and attribute the numb feeling to sleeping on their hands in an awkward position.

Since Carpal Control Therapy is non-invasive it can be repeated as often as needed to keep the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome under control. It allows the patient to treat themselves in the privacy of their own home while being diagnosed and monitored by medical professionals through regular physician visits.

Most of us take our hands for granted, but when Carpal Tunnel Syndrome strikes, some of the simplest tasks become painful and intolerable. Actions like brushing our teeth, turning the key in the ignition of our vehicle, grabbing the steering wheel while driving, twisting off a lid on a jar in the kitchen, holding a coffee mug, picking up coins for a toll, grabbing a tool or even getting a good night’s sleep can become difficult to perform. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common nerve disorder which affects an estimated 25 million Americans with the incidence growing at a rate of 10% per year.

Early detection and Therapy with Carpal Control is important to checking the progression of the symptoms. Yet some of the early symptoms are subtle and can be easily mistaken for other issues. It is important to be familiar with the symptoms and seek a physician’s confirmation of a self diagnosis when you feel you have identified the early signs.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms
The first symptom people usually notice is that their hand and fingers tingle and become numb while they are sleeping causing them to wake up frequently during the night. Most people do not even realize that this is a symptom of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and attribute the numb feeling to sleeping on their hands in an awkward position.

"I was introduced to the Carpal Control just a in August of 2005, by a patient who had found it on the Internet. The patient has had such good results in such a short time that I have recommended the Carpal Control to several other patients who had chronic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The results are remarkable.

It is exciting to see my patients with chronic pain find relief so quickly through the use of a non-invasive device."

Contact First Hand Medical for a list of Physicians or Clinics in Your Local Area that Offer Carpal Control Therapy

"As a physician I'm very excited to see how The Carpal Control performs after the first 7 nights of treatment, the results are remarkable. It is especially gratifying to see my patients doing so well with the Carpal Control because the conventional treatments have resulted in such low patient satisfaction rates."

"My patients have been able to relieve their pain, and hand tingling, they sleep soundly and get back to their active lives. It is rewarding as a physician to be able to offer my patients such an effective treatment like the Carpal Control. That is why I got into medicine was to help people with therapies that relieve pain are practical and really work. The Carpal Control Works!"