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Can I still play tennis if I have carpal tunnel syndrome?
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Dr. Daniel Lee
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Yes
As a fellow tennis player with carpal tunnel syndrome, i still play quite a bit.
However, i would recommend precautions, such as taping/bandaging up the wrist and/or wearing a wrist brace for support. I actually do both, and this has helped me to continue playing tennis.

In brief: Yes
As a fellow tennis player with carpal tunnel syndrome, i still play quite a bit.
However, i would recommend precautions, such as taping/bandaging up the wrist and/or wearing a wrist brace for support. I actually do both, and this has helped me to continue playing tennis.
Dr. Daniel Lee
Dr. Daniel Lee
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine
In brief: Yes
Yes, carpal tunnel syndrome results in pain and discomfort from repetitive movements.
It does not limit you from any activity, including tennis.

In brief: Yes
Yes, carpal tunnel syndrome results in pain and discomfort from repetitive movements.
It does not limit you from any activity, including tennis.
Dr. Ankush Bansal
Dr. Ankush Bansal
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