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  1. Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine: Carpal tunnel syndrome by Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt MD, 2002-01-01
  2. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome--Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments and Surgery: Index of New Information Including Complications
  3. Kid Koala Albums: Live From the Short Attention Span Audio Theater Tour!!, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Your Mom's Favorite Dj
  4. Carpal tunnel syndrome: An entry from UXL's <i>UXL Encyclopedia of Science</i>
  5. It's Not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!: RSI Theory and Therapy for Computer Professionals [ITS NOT CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME]
  6. Occupational Disease: Workers' Compensation, Occupational Lung Disease, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Donald Hunter, Occupational Health Psychology
  7. Carpal tunnel syndrome: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders</i> by Juli, Ph.D. Berwald, 2005
  8. Carpal tunnel syndrome (Postgraduate Medicine) by JTE Multimedia, 2010-05-19
  9. Carpal not occupational, doctor says. (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Dr. Arthur Canario): An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management by L.H. Otis, 1990-10-22
  10. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Louis Patry, Michel Rossignol, et all 1998-11-01
  11. Carpal tunnel syndrome: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Science, 3rd ed.</i>
  12. Mycobacterium kansasii causing carpal tunnel syndrome with concomitant pulmonary mycobacterium tuberculosis infection.: An article from: Southern Medical Journal by Martin L. Blue, Wyatt G. Payne, et all 2002-09-01
  13. Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome &Other Repetitive Strain Injuries - 1995 publication by Butlr, 1995-01-01
  14. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: August 1997. Vol. 8, No. 3 by George H. ; Johnson, Ernest W. (editors) Kraft, 1998

101. Dallas Neurosurgical Associates - Specially Trained Neurosurgery Physicians
A group of board certified neurosurgeons with offices in Dallas and Plano, Texas who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors, spinal cord tumors, Parkinson's disease, carpal tunnel syndrome and chronic pain.
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102. CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME - A Patient's Guide
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103. MMG - Patient Education TOC
From Medical Multimedia Group, a patient's guide to carpal tunnel syndrome.
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104. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
More Information About carpal tunnel syndrome. What Is It? Carpal TunnelSyndrome (CARpull TUN-nel SIN-drome) is a condition that can cause pain, tingling,
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What Is It? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CAR-pull TUN-nel SIN-drome) is a condition that can cause pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness in your fingers and thumbs. CTS results from pressure on the median nerve in your wrist. What Are the Symptoms? May include any of the following:
  • Tingling, numbness, weakness, pain in your hand, except for the little finger. Shooting pain from your hand up your arm to shoulder. A swollen feeling in your fingers.
You may also notice:
  • Symptoms are worse at night and early in the morning. Hands feel stiff in the morning. You have trouble grasping objects.
What Causes It?
  • In many people the cause is unknown.

105. Chiropractors Boca Raton, FL - Bartosek Chiropractic Center -
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The Bartosek Chiropractic Center is a friendly, caring, concerned and dedicated group of professionals that focus on the cause and prevention of disease. Opened in 1983, the center is devoted to your health. Chiropractic is an important building block for your health today and tomorrow . Along with yearly physicals and regular dental checkups, Chiropractic, as a natural resource, should be a regular part of your wellness plan. The Bartosek Chiropractic Center provides State-of-the-art equipment, a wide selection of natural nutritional supplements, and a full range of orthopedic supplies for a lifetime of good health. You have the power to be healthy. You can detect and correct small problems before they become big ones with chiropractic care. At Bartosek Chiropractic Center the doctors search for the cause of health problems and then prescribe a schedule of therapy for gentle, drug free healing. Let the group at Bartosek Chiropractic Center provide a sensible and safe way for you to release the power to be healthy.

106. Arthritis Research Campaign | Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal is a medical term which refers to the wrist. A syndrome is a combinationof problems which doctors recognise as a particular disease or disorder.

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Women are far more likely to have carpal tunnel syndrome than men. It can affect people of all ages. If you have this condition you will experience pain or aching, and tingling or numbness. The symptoms are usually worse in the thumb, index and middle fingers. Occasionally they are so severe that your whole hand feels affected and the aching may sometimes extend up into the forearm. You may find one or both hands are affected. If you are right-handed the right hand tends to be worse, similarly the left hand if you are left-handed. The symptoms are usually worse at night (when they may disturb your sleep), or in the morning when you wake. Hanging your hand out of bed or shaking it around will often relieve the pain and tingling. During the daytime the problem may not occur but some people find that it can be brought on by physical activities at work or home such as writing, typing, housework, knitting or DIY.

107. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is an injury caused by a pinched nerve in the wrist Case report acupuncture for carpal tunnel syndrome. Can Fam Physician.
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Medical Reference Alternative / Complementary Medicine ... Conditions Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Signs and Symptoms What Causes It? Who's Most At Risk? What to Expect at Your Provider's Office ... Supporting Research Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is an injury caused by a pinched nerve in the wrist, resulting in pain and numbness in the index and middle fingers and weakness of the thumb. The carpal tunnel receives its name from the eight bones in the wrist, called carpals, which form a "tunnel" through which the nerve leading to the hand extends. Signs and Symptoms Some easy-to-recognize signs and symptoms of CTS include the following.
  • Nighttime painful tingling in one or both hands, frequently causing sleep disturbance Feeling of uselessness in the fingers A sense that fingers are swollen even though little or no swelling is apparent Daytime tingling in the hands, followed by a decreased ability to squeeze things Loss of strength in the muscle at the base of the thumb, near the palm

108. SoftFlex™ Computer Gloves - Because It's Not Carpal Tunnel
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109. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
In Summary, carpal tunnel syndrome is at best an annoying condition, and at worstone carpal tunnel syndrome How to relive prevent wrist burnout !
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If you are bothered by burning pain, or a tingling 'pins and needles" numbness in one or both of your hands, the chances are good that you are feeling the effects of a condition physicians refer to as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (familiarly CTS). The Median Nerve serves the first 3 fingers of each hand. Typically, this problem will awaken you at night, and may be accompanied by an ache in the elbow or shoulder. Shaking your hand relieves the symptoms at first, but may not work after awhile. The carpal tunnel of your wrist (see diagram) contains a nerve called the "median nerve." If you have a condition that leads to swelling of a wrist, the swelling may in turn pinch the median nerve and thereby bring about CTS. Obesity might bring on CTS; so might pregnancy, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, thyroid problems, and the use of birth control pills. The Median Nerve lies within the carpal tunnel which also contains tendons (shown in white). In most cases it's hard, if not impossible, to pinpoint a specific cause of CTS. Numerous cases result from the overuse of wrists in activities such as keyboard work, playing Guitar, knitting, prolonged driving, or work related-duties. CTS is just one of many so-called

110. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - An Inside View
carpal tunnel syndrome the resulting pressure on the nerve causes pain,weakness, numbness, tingling or a burning sensation carpal tunnel syndrome.
B ecause bones, ligaments and tendons cannot be compressed, the soft median nerve is the only component in the carpal tunnel that can be pinched. When the lubricating linings around the tendons thicken because of repetitive or too foreceful hand movements, the resulting pressure on the nerve causes pain, weakness, numbness, tingling or a burning sensation: carpal tunnel syndrome. © 1993 Parlay International

111. Another Source .Carpal Tunnel
Another source of self care for carpal tunnel syndrome As I mention in mybook, carpal tunnel syndrome How to Relieve Prevent Wrist Burnout!
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Another Source for Self Care Another source of self care for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: We hear a lot about ergonomics, posture, wrist deviation, and exercises as self care for symptoms - or avoidance - of carpal tunnel syndrome. There is another self treatment for your kit of survival techniques and that is massage...specifically self massage. Carpal tunnel syndrome represents an impingement of the nerve by inflamed muscles. It stands to reason that reducing the swelling would be a practical approach. This is what is happening when the doctor gives you anti-inflammatories, but massage doesn't have the side effects and it's non-invasive. Beyond the inflammation caused by overuse or incorrect use of the hands and wrists, inflammation can have its source in fluid accumulation from old sports injuries, pregnancy, estrogen replacement, muscle anomalies, arthritis, your avocation and numerous other possibilities. If the area is inflamed and acute (having existed for less than 2 weeks), an ice massage may be in order. Get a paper or styrofoam cup, fill it with water and freeze. Tear the lip of the cup back and use the ice to massage your wrists and forearms. If the area is inflamed and chronic (over two weeks) massage the area from elbow to fingertips slowly and gently with your other hand. Circular motion on both sides works fine. Stroke up the arm after you finish massaging an area. Inflammation means that you need to work gently. Your finishing strokes should always be from the hand up the arm.

112. A Life In Crisis Explored:
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Combining Focusing with the Alexander Technique to Overcome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Kevin McEvenue This is the remarkable story of Paul, a man suddenly confronted with a life crisis similar to a crisis we may have all faced. On this particular day he decided to do something different than what would be considered normal. He put his worries aside, sat down and started to pay attention to himself. He paid particular attention to his wrists with a Wholebody Focusing attitude. Paul listened inwardly to the physical sensations in his wrists and allowed himself to feel that pain just as it was without the usual tendency to try to fix or judge or push away. He just listened to the pain, felt the pain and made room for the pain. And then there came a shift in the pain itself. If it could be put into words, it felt like there was a shift from a pain that felt stuck to a pain that felt almost pleasurable although still painful. He continued to just listen and pay attention to what was there. In that moment he sensed a whole relationship change not only with typing at the computer, but also with people at work and the work itself. The chronic pain was gone. It was actually pleasurable to sit at the computer. It felt like all of him was doing the typing not just his fingers. It was like a dance coming from the whole of him engaged in making his fingers push down on the keys. This felt surprising and gratifying at the same time.

113. Medinfo: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Easy to understand information for patients on carpal tunnel syndrome, a conditionwhere pressure on a nerve where it passes through the wrist into the hand
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Carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition where pressure on a nerve (the Median Nerve), where it passes through the wrist into the hand, causes pain, pins and needles, weakness and numbness in the hand.
Carpal tunnel syndrome causes a number of symptoms:
  • Pain in the hand, which often wakes you in the night.
  • Numbness and or pins and needles in the hand, affecting the thumb, forefinger, middle finger and the half of the ring finger nearest to the thumb.
  • Weakness of some of the movements of the thumb. Those that are worst affected may also have wasting of the muscles at the base of the thumb.
  • Sometimes people feel the pain up into the lower end of their forearm.
The symptoms can trouble you at any time, but are most often worse at night. People often wake with the pain and find themselves shaking their hands to ease the symptoms.
The wrist is bounded on three sides by bones. The fourth side, the same side as the palm, has a thin covering across it, under which the structures lie that pass into the hand. The wrist bones are called the carpal bones, and this space is called the carpal tunnel. Space in the carpal tunnel is limited. If anything leads to some of the space being taken up, this causes pressure to build up. The main contents of the carpal tunnel are the tendons which cause the hand to flex, but the structure in the wrist that is most sensitive to pressure is the nerve which passes into the hand (the median nerve).

114. Ergonomics Office Chairs, Ergonomic Computer Furniture-workstations-home-discoun
Offers chairs, keyboards, mouse, tables, product accessories, carpal tunnel syndrome information and consulting services.
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offers ergonomic chairs computer keyboards mouse-mice workstations ... ergonomics software , and ergonomic consulting services Office Ergonomics is the science of fitting the workspace environment to the worker. Also called biotechnology, human engineering or human factor engineering, office ergonomics is the applied science of equipment design for the office that is intended to maximize productivity by reducing operator fatigue and discomfort. Anyone who sits at a computer for long periods of time must take a pro-active approach with office ergonomics to prevent the physical problems they could face as a result. More than 28 million Americans use computers each day according to officials at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). When office ergonomics is not applied many risk incurring carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, tenosynovitis, deQuervain’s syndrome, tennis elbow, thoracic outlet syndrome and others, all commonly classed under the general heading of Repetitive Strain Injuries and Cumulative Trauma Disorders. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the most common and costly cumulative trauma disorder. Back injuries are second With workplace ergonomics, employers can prevent musculoskeletal disorder hazards by properly designing the job or work station and selecting the appropriate tools or equipment for that job to create an ergonomic office.

115. Useless, Strange - Carpal Tunnel Onset Accelerator - Funny, Humor, Silly, Stupid
Welcome to the Carpal Tunnel Onset Accelerator. carpal tunnel syndrome, a conditioncaused by repetitive motion, has somehow gotten a bad reputation in
Welcome to the Carpal Tunnel Onset Accelerator . Carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition caused by repetitive motion, has somehow gotten a bad reputation in recent years. We feel this negative association is unwarranted and unfair. After all, how bad can a medical condition be when it: 1) provides us with a reason to take time off from our jobs, 2) gives us the opportunity to meet new and exciting people (such as physical therapists and surgeons), and 3) makes us feel a part of a growing and close-knit community of carpal tunnel sufferers. Feeling left out of this growing trend? Well, the Carpal Tunnel Onset Accelerator can help. Simply click each and every link below, in order, without exception, and you will join the thousands of individuals whose lives have been changed by carpal tunnel forever. Let's get started! Click Here Click Here Click Here Click Here ... Click Here Congratulations! If you've utilized the Accelerator according to the instructions provided, you should now be experiencing numbness, tingling or aching in your fingers, wrist and/or forearm. This is the onset of carpal tunnel syndrome! You're well on your way to being a full-fledged carpal tunnel sufferer! Now that you've received the assistance of the Accelerator , please take a moment to tell a friend or colleague about this page. Click the button below (if you can).

116. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
carpal tunnel syndrome By Dr. Steve Augustine May 25, 2003, 0838 If you do,you may be experiencing symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).
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Dear Readers and Riders, Do you ever feel a numbness or tingling in your hand after a ride or the night after a race? Do you sometimes experience a sharp pain that feels like a lightening bolt shooting up your arm and into your shoulder? Do you have trouble holding objects without dropping them? When your working on your bike do you feel clumsy using tools or putting parts back together? If you do, you may be experiencing symptoms of C
arpal T unnel S yndrome (CTS). I am not saying that everyone who rides is going to get CTS but someone who uses their hands repetitively at work and avidly rides (2-3 hrs./day) either professionally or recreationally may be at an increased risk. The diagnosis of CTS is made based on the symptoms someone is experiencing and an examination that helps the doctor determine if the median nerve is being compressed in the tunnel. This exam usually consist of a series of tests that asses your sensation (feeling) and strength in the hand and fingers. Part of the exam will put the wrist in certain provocative positions that increase the pressure in the tunnel which may reproduce the symptoms of CTS. Sometimes the doctor will order a nerve conduction study (electromyography or EMG) to determine if the nerve is passing impulses through the tunnel into the hand. It is not a fun test and uses a lot of needles but if the diagnosis is unclear this test can clarify things. If the nerve is compressed the signals are blocked at the wrist and do not reach the hand and this test can determine if and how severe the blockage is..

117. Wagner Chiropractic - Dr. Ward Wagner, St. George Utah Chiropractor
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118. How To Avoid Carpal Tunnel Syndrome -
How to Avoid carpal tunnel syndromecarpal tunnel syndrome is a nerve disorder inthe hand that causes pain, numbness and tingling.
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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a nerve disorder in the hand that causes pain, numbness and tingling. It is caused by repetitive motion of the hands, such as computer use. Although it affects both sexes, it is especially common among women between the ages of 30 and 60. Steps: Set up your work space with adjustable screens, keyboards and work surfaces to eliminate extra strain to the wrists and hands. Position your keyboard so that it is at elbow level. Your forearms, wrists and hands should be in a straight line parallel to the floor as you type. Use a wrist pad with your keyboard. A wrist pad is a cushioned support that rests under your wrists, runs the length of your keyboard and takes the stress off your wrists by raising them to the level of the keyboard. Exercise before and after work. Try the following: Stand and extend both arms out from your chest with palms facing out and fingers pointing up. Hold for a count of five. Straighten your wrists and relax fingers, then make a tight fist with each hand. Bend your wrists down and count to five. Repeat these stretches ten times for each session.

119. Mayo Clinic: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Information And Treatment Options
Mayo Clinic provides information on carpal tunnel syndrome, whose symptoms includewrist pain. Learn more about carpel tunnel syndrome and other
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Carpal tunnel syndrome causes numbness, pain, tingling and weakness in the wrist and hand. The symptoms are caused by swollen and inflamed tissue that puts pressure on the median nerve, which provides sensation to all fingers of the hand except the little finger. The median nerve runs from the forearm into the hand through the carpal tunnel in the wrist. Symptoms usually start gradually with a vague ache in the wrist that runs into the hand or up the forearm. Eventually, there can be:
  • Tingling or numbness in the hand or fingers, especially the thumb, index, middle or ring fingers, but not the little finger. This abnormal sensation often occurs while sleeping or after using the hand. Pain radiating or extending from the wrist up the arm to the shoulder or down into the palm or fingers, especially after forceful or repetitive use. A sense of weakness in the hands; dropping objects.

120. Barron Chiropractic: Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Lower Back Pain
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