Carpal Tunnel Pain
Carpal Tunnel Pain Treatment in Nashville, TN
Steve Kravitz Physical Therapy
● Symptoms -
Symptoms that accompany carpal tunnel syndrome are numbness, tingling, and discomfort in your wrist and palm of your hand. Common symptoms usually start gradually, beginning with numbness and tingling in your thumb.
● Common Causes of Carpal Tunnel -
There are no single cause in many cases, but it may be a combination of risk factors that develop into this condition. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when there is a compressed nerve in the carpal tunnel, a narrow passageway on the palm of your wrist. Anatomic factors, nerve-damaging conditions, inflammatory conditions, and other medical conditions may increase your chances of developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
● How to Get Relief -
Manual therapy is found to provide patient’s a significant reduction in pain and increased ability of movement. Those who suffer from carpal tunnel can be treated by Dr. Steve Kravitz, who uses a multidisciplinary approach to physical therapy in Nashville, Tennessee. Each treatment is gentle and non-invasive, focusing on releasing the pressure and discomfort and aiding in ultimate relief. The long term effects can conquer pain and increase a patient’s overall quality of life by restoring mobility, elasticity, and movement.
Numbness, Pins and Needles, and Tingling Associated with Carpal Tunnel Pain and other Nerve Pain Entrapments:
● Symptoms -
Numbness and pins and needle tingling occur when you lose a normal sensation in an area of the body. If you experience numbness, you cannot feel anything. Pins-and-Needle tingling is an abnormal, unpleasant feeling in a part of your body. It may feel similar to tiny pinpricks, tingling or shooting pains that travel down an arm or leg, or affect just one toe or both feet.
● Causes of Numbness/Pins and Needle Tingling -
Most numbness or pins and needle sensation is due to pressure on nerves or the blood vessels that supply nerves. This can happen from sitting in an awkward position, like sitting cross-legged, or it may be a sign of a trapped nerve. Occasionally, it may be a sign of a more serious underlying issue like diabetes.
Schedule Your First Appointment -
Dr. Steve Kravitz of Steve Kravitz Physical Therapy provides a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare in order to ensure the highest quality care for patients in Nashville, Tennessee and New York, New York. Treatments are a unique, personalized approach to Physical Therapy which has been developed over twenty years to aid in ultimate relief.