Carpal Tunnel Treatment and Graston Technique
With more and more people working in an office setting, the incidents of carpal tunnel syndrome continue to grow. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that causes a variety of ailments that can affect the muscles around the wrist. Carpal tunnel syndrome can be difficult to treat without the use of a professional chiropractic specialist.
At Advanced Chiropractic in Klamath Falls, OR, our chiropractic specialists are trained in treating a variety of musculoskeletal ailments including carpal tunnel syndrome. They can treat carpal tunnel syndrome using 100% natural techniques, including the Graston technique. Our clients can get much-needed pain relief with the help of one of our chiropractors.
What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Carpal tunnel is a condition caused by the compression of the median nerve. The median nerve runs down the forearm to the wrists. This nerve can become compressed due to poor ergonomics when typing and working in front of a computer.
Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause a variety of symptoms, including:
- Weakness in the wrists
- Pain running down the forearms
- Numbness and tingling in the fingers
- Pins and needles feeling in the wrists and hands
Do I Need Help from a Chiropractor for Carpal Tunnel?
Carpal tunnel syndrome can become debilitating if not treated properly. Although some carpal tunnel syndromes might go away on their own, carpal tunnel also tends to return.
If you feel your symptoms of carpal tunnel are making it difficult for you to complete your office or school duties, get the help of a chiropractor for treatment. A chiropractor on our team can help alleviate pain and improve your functioning in your wrists.
How Can a Chiropractor Help?
A chiropractor on our team will determine which treatment to use for your carpal tunnel. They will also provide a variety of chiropractic techniques to help ease your pain. The Graston technique can help stretch tight muscles surrounding the median nerve.
The Graston technique can also help promote healing for any injured soft tissues in the wrist. A chiropractor from our practice can also help alleviate symptoms of carpal tunnel using muscle stretches, massage therapy, and other techniques.
A chiropractor on our team can also provide follow-up care to determine if you need additional chiropractic care and to ensure your carpal tunnel symptoms are kept at bay.
Find Help with Our Chiropractors for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
At Advanced Chiropractic, we can help you feel your best and use a variety of chiropractic techniques for your carpal tunnel syndrome. Call us today at (541) 273-5433 to set up an appointment at our Klamath Falls, OR, office and allow us to help improve your quality of life.