Do you often wake up in the night with a feeling of “pins and needles” in your hands, like they’ve fallen asleep? Does it get better if you shake them?
If you think your wrist pain or tingling might be carpal tunnel, it’s best to seek help early. Our orthopaedic expert explains why and what help is available.
Repetitive wrist stress from computer use, factory work or hobbies can cause numbness and tingling in your hands and wrists. Watch this demonstration of three simple stretches that can bring relief.
Your fingers are flying across the keyboard, shooting off emails, memos, proposals, summaries and updates. Those impressive typing skills serve you well. But what happens when all that typing leads to aching wrists? We talked to orthopaedic surgeon William Seitz, Jr., MD, about what causes wrist or hand pain — and how to prevent it. … Read More
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Does tingling and numbness in your hand always mean you have carpal tunnel syndrome, and could be facing surgery? Tap or click to discover the truth from our chiropractor.
Find the answer to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Hand and upper extremity surgeon David Shapiro, MD, fields this question about what causes carpal tunnel syndrome.