Wrist Pain

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The initial symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome are hand numbness, tingling, and burning. Initially the symptoms occur intermittently and worst at nighttime while the patient is sleeping. The tingling often wakes up the patient, and they have to shake their hands to get rid of it. As the disease progresses the frequency and the intensity of the tingling and burning increases, eventually the symptoms become constant and severe. As the carpal tunnel syndrome gets worst the patient can develop symptoms of weakness and paralysis of the fingers and the hands. Read more…

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When to Consult a Foot Pain Specialist

Tired aching dogs can make you miserable and keep you from doing the things you love. Yet many people live with foot pain, accepting it as a normal part of aging. However most foot pain emanates from a specific cause that can often be identified and corrected. Many daily activities contribute to foot pain, including […]

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October 11, 2017

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Sleeping with Pinched Nerve Pain

A pinched nerve may be easy to ignore when you are busy throughout your day. However, when it comes time to wind down and get some sleep, a pinched nerve becomes the focal point of your attention, and the pain is hard to ignore. Going to bed with a pinched nerve may take some planning […]

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September 20, 2017

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