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         Carpal Tunnel Syndrome:     more books (100)
  1. Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome : And Other Repetitive Strain Injuries by Sharon J. Butler, 1996-04
  2. It's Not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome! RSI Theory & Therapy for Computer Professionals by Jack Bellis, Suparna Damany, 2001-04
  3. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by R. Luchetti, 2006-11-20
  4. Chronic Pain Self-treatment Including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The Schatz Technique- Chronic Pain Prevention and Treatment Method (Volume 0) by Bernard Schatz P.T., 2008-12-17
  5. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 90% Misdiagnosed: For Patient & Provider 2nd Edition by Roger S Rahn, Angela Rahn, 2006-07-04
  6. 101 Questions and Answers about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: What It Is, How to Prevent It, and Where to Turn for Treatment by Steven J. McCabe, 2002-03-29
  7. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Repetitive Stress Injuries: The Comprehensive Guide to Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery by Tammy Crouch, 1996-09-06
  8. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Repetitive Strain Injuries (Diseases and People) by Philip Johansson, 1999-07
  9. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: How to Relieve & Prevent Wrist "Burnout"!" by Rosemarie Atencio, 1994-02
  10. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Overuse Injuries: Prevention, Treatment & Recovery (Family Health Series) by Tammy Crouch, Michael Madden, 1992-10
  11. The Natural Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Ray Wunderlich Jr., 1999-01-11
  12. OSHA Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Library Edition: Introductory but Comprehensive OSHA Training for the Managers and Employees by Daniel Farb, 2004-07-16
  13. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Webster's Timeline History, 1951 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-05-01
  14. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References

161. More Children Affected With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Physician Reports
carpal tunnel syndrome is no longer an adult disorder, according to Dr.

162. RSI Exercises
carpal tunnel syndrome Repetitive Stress Injuries. by Ellen Serber, carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress disorders are preventable.
Preventing and healing*
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
by Ellen Serber,
illustrations by Daniel Will-Harris Carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress disorders are preventable. The best possible scenario is never to develop symptoms, to work intelligently and to respect your body's needs. But if trouble does begin it is extremely important to act immediately, before the symptoms become a big problem. Pain and burning are the #1 indicators that something is wrong. The discomfort and pain can be in your fingers, hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, shoulder, neck, upper back or lower back. It is much better to take these preventative steps while you are pain-free, instead of waiting for major dysfunction. And if you are experiencing symptoms, you should see a health care professional immediately. Checklist for Prevention: The most important thing to do is to get up from your desk and move around every 1/2 hour. Take your eyes off your computer screen and gaze into the far distance. Drink a glass of water. Some computers have alarm clock functions which can be set to remind you to get up. If you don't have such a function there are shareware programs you can download which will act as a timer (there are many to choose from, go to

163. Getting A Grip On Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Diagnostic advances and “hands on” research collaborations are leading to effectiveprevention and improved treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Getting a Grip on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is perhaps the most far-reaching musculoskeletal disorder in the US. It touches the lives of millions of people – estimates put the number at about 3.7% of the population – and costs untold amounts of pain and suffering as well as billions of dollars in lost production. The most common upper-extremity surgical procedure is for CTS release, with more than 400,000 such operations performed nationwide each year. Dramatic growth in the identification and treatment of CTS in the past half-century has revealed a critical need for accurate diagnostic techniques, better understanding of the causes of the disorder, and more “hands on” research into effective prevention practices. Jacqueline J. Wertsch, MD

164. Medical Problems: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by increased pressure in the carpal tunnelresulting in carpal tunnel syndrome can be caused by a variety of problems.
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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
The carpal tunnel is a passageway in the wrist formed by the eight carpal (wrist) bones, which make up the floor and sides of the tunnel, and the transverse carpal ligament, a strong ligament stretching across the roof of the tunnel. Your Indiana Hand Center physician will further explain this anatomy to you, in order that you may understand your condition.
Inside the carpal tunnel are nine flexor tendons which flex (bend down) your fingers and thumb. Also running through the carpal tunnel is the median nerve, a cord about the size of a pencil containing thousands of nerve fibers supplying sensation (feeling) to your thumb, index and middle fingers, and half of the ring finger. The median nerve lies directly beneath the transverse carpal ligament and comes in contact with the ligament when bending or straightening the wrist or fingers.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by increased pressure in the carpal tunnel resulting in compression of the median nerve. Thickening of the tendons can restrict the space within the tunnel and cause the nerve to become pressed against the ligament forming the roof of the tunnel. When the relatively soft structure of the median nerve is pushed up against the ligament, blood flow to the nerve is restricted, causing a sensation often described as "pins and needles" to the fingers. In severe or chronic cases, numbness can occur.

165. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome By Derek Bailey CD
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166. CNN - Tips And Taps To Relieve Your Carpal Tunnel And Repetitive Stress Syndrome

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(IDG) I'd like to thank readers and InfoWorld Electric forum participants for all their input regarding carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress syndrome. (See my previous column, " Here are a baby boomer's remedies for sore eyes and carpal tunnel syndrome ," Sept. 28) One such letter appeared in a recent issue of InfoWorld. (See To The Editor , "Remedies for aches and pains," Sept. 28.) In it, Marcia Tingley correctly pointed out that things like the proper seat height can make a world of difference. Another reader, Vern Goldsmith, waxed rhapsodic about a pressure-point massaging device by Panasonic, the Shiatsu Accu-Tap II. He was so jazzed on the thing that he sent me a unit. I confess that when I opened the package I immediately thought I was the butt of a practical joke. The Accu-Tap looks like your standard massaging vibrator (you know, the kind with 1,001 uses, only one of which comes to mind if your mind is in the gutter.) To my surprise, this thing really does work wonders. The Accu-Tap has a powerful pounding motion so powerful that Panasonic warns you not to use it on your head or on your bones. I found that I could get some relief from carpal tunnel pain by using it on the webbed area between thumb and forefinger. It also helps to use it on the muscles of the forearm. Most surprising of all, it seems to have a beneficial effect on my wrists and arms when I use it on the muscles between my shoulder blades.

167. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, True Relief Without Surgery
Carpal tunnel syndrome frequently disappears with the proper use of EFT – download free manual. It often works where nothing else will.
New discovery allows quality, lasting relief without drugs or surgery – the true cause is not where you think it is.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome : “Try it on everything”. I wish I had a penny for every time I had heard that said about EFT – It would make me a very rich man! But can it ‘instantly’ solve problems caused by physical damage? It can’t, or can it?
I have been using EFT for Carpal Tunnel syndrome in my practice in the UK for a number of years and never cease to be amazed at the range problems to which it can be effectively applied. Regular readers of this spot will have seen the case I reported some time ago where EFT removed the pain of gout - an unlikely problem on which to try EFT. In this submission I will report upon two cases where EFT has been successful in relieving this problem. We are still learning why EFT works so well. It centers around the profound effects of the body's subtle energies using the theory that "the cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system." Accordingly, EFT is an emotional form of acupuncture except that we don't use needles. Instead, we tap with the fingertips to stimulate certain meridian energy points while the client is "tuned in" to the problem. The subtle energies that circulate throughout the body have been largely ignored (until recently) by western scientists. As a result, our use of them for emotional and spiritual healing has been sparse at best. With EFT, however, we consider these subtle energies to be the front running cause of emotional upsets. As a result, we generate results that are FAR beyond those of conventional methods. Even a cursory review of the case histories on this web site will reveal that.

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