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HYDRODISSECTION for CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

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"I didn't want to have surgery so I tried ultrasound guided hydodissection. The treatment was painless and there was no downtime. Now I'm sleeping through the night and able to work all day."

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Hydrodissection for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME is a painful condition that involves the wrist and hand. The symptoms are caused by compression of the median nerve as it passes through the wrist. When the nerve is compressed, those affected experience tingling, numbness and burning pain. These symptoms can be debilitating and can limit employment opportunities.

 

Ultrasound guided hydrodissection of the median nerve is a safe, minimally invasive, non surgical in-office procedure. The procedure involves injecting a solution made of dextrose and water around the median nerve. The fluid expands the tissue and relieves pressure from around the nerve. Patients notice a reduction in numbness, tingling and burning. Unlike invasive surgery, patients can return to work the next day. A numbing medication called lidocaine is used to ensure comfort during the injection process.  In some cases, cortisone is added to the solution to reduce inflammation.

Recent Research Studies have confirmed that hydrodissection for carpal tunnel syndrome decreases median nerve glide resistance and is effective for the management of CTS.

For additional information regarding hydrodilatation for the management of CTS, call 780.800.9931. Alternatively, click here to book your consultation today.

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