manage-carpal-tunnel-syndrom-naturally_webDid you know that chiropractic isn’t just for treating back pain? In fact, many chiropractic techniques can help and benefit other parts of the body including the knees, ankles and even wrists.

For office workers and those who have jobs that require extensive use of their hands, carpal tunnel syndrome is a growing problem. Symptoms can include tingling, numbness and pain in the hand and wrist. This type of repetitive stress injury occurs when the median nerve gets compressed in the carpal tunnel.

Fortunately, there are many natural ways to manage carpal tunnel syndrome without having to resort to surgery. If possible, rest the hand and wrist that are affected and consider wearing a wrist support. Apply ice to the affected area to reduce swelling.

Many chiropractic methods may be able to help you effectively manage carpal tunnel syndrome. Learn more by visiting our office.