Carpal tunnel release surgery is among the most common surgeries performed in the United States. In various trials, 70 - 90% of patients who underwent surgery were free from nighttime pain afterward. Studies have found that surgery provides a greater benefit over the long term compared with splinting or anti-inflammatory drugs plus hand therapy.
Although evidence strongly suggests that surgery is more effective than conservative approaches (at least in patients with...Read more
In the previous post, we discussed different types of surgeries which are used in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. This week I’d... Read more »
I just saw the following question: I recently had carpal tunnel surgery on both hands at the beginning of June. It's now late July and my... Read more »