Chiropractic for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


More and more people are finding how natural healing, drug-free, hands-on adjustments by chiropractic doctors can provide relief for their symptoms.

Wrist feels goodAn article by the University of Maryland Medical Center states:

CTS [Carpal Tunnel Syndrome] is commonly treated by chiropractors. The methods most chiropractors use to treat CTS include manipulation of the wrist, elbow, and upper spine, ultrasound therapy, and wrist supports. Two studies support the use of chiropractic treatment for CTS.

In the first study, 25 individuals diagnosed with CTS reported significant improvements in several measures of strength, range of motion, and pain after receiving chiropractic treatment. Most of these improvements were maintained for at least 6 months.

A second study compared the effects of chiropractic care with conservative medical care (wrist supports and ibuprofen) among 91 people with CTS. Both groups experienced significant improvement in nerve function, finger sensation, and comfort. The researchers concluded that chiropractic treatment and conservative medical care are equally effective for people with CTS.

If you suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, or otherĀ disorders like back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, and headaches, please make an appointment to see Dr. Hunziker.Ā  He will evaluate your condition and recommend the proper treatment.

To read the full article about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, please visit the University of Maryland Medical Center website.