Carpal tunnel syndrom - International Association of Percutaneous Hydrotomy
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CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

Causes
Carpal tunnel syndrome is due to a compression of the median nerve in the wrist area. That can be linked to a thickening or shrinkage of carpal anterior ligament, to a wrist bone lesion by deformation (arthritis) or to a tendon inflammatory lesion.

Consequences
The patient feels like swarming or numbing often by night, and a low sensibility of the three first fingers.

Treatment
We need to uncompress the pressure on the nerve by restoring the “local articular plasticity” notion with hydration of extracellular matrix, associated to an injectable micronutrition constituted by a B-group vitamin complex, magnesium and organic silicon for its anti-fibrosing action. Action also of EDTA and local vasodilatators.
Percutaneous Hydrotomy and Mesochelation make possible to avoid the surgical operation.

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