Are there any home remedies that can help with carpal tunnel syndrome?

Carpal tunnel. needs to be treated by your doctor. He/she may prescribe splints to be worn on the wrists, especially when sleeping. That can be a home remedy of sorts. Peace and good health.
Yes. There are several at home treatment programs you can use, of varying costs. If you would like an inexpensive program, and you are willing to be an active participant in your treatment, then make an appointment for a Virtual Consultation with me.

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What is the remedy for carpal tunnel syndrome?

Relieve pressure. The primary intervention for cts is to relieve pressure on the median nerve in the wrist. Since we tend to flex our wrists when we sleep, wearing a neutral position wrist splint at night can often make a big difference, especially in conjunction with antiinflammatoriess. If this fails, nerve block and release surgery are possible options. Read more...
Medic 1st, surg 2nd. Generally speaking most individuals will attempt work place or ergonomic modifications first, possibly followed by use of oral medicalions and/or splints. Anti-inflammatory injections may be attempted by some but does carry some risk, if medical and occupational and physical therapy interventions do not resolve the condition, surgery may be indicated. Read more...
Splinting or surgery. Splinting at night has been shown to be effective, short term, in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. Therapy has never been demonstrated to be of any benefit. Steroid injection has been shown to have time limited benefits. For persistent symptoms and for any loss of muscle, surgery is indicated. Read more...
Depending upon the. Severity treatment ranges from splinting to corticsteropid inceptions, medication and surgery. It is important to have a comprehensive plan depending upon what stage the disease is in. Read more...

Can you tell me about the remedy for hand numbness due to carpal tunnel syndrome?

There are a few: 1: wrist brace to keep the wrist from being flexed/extended. Initially used at night time. 2: steroid shots might be helpful, if the brace doesn't fully control symptoms, or in pregnancy, if severe. 3: when nothing helps ; the symptoms are severe enough to interfere in daily activities, then surgery is necessary to release the trapped nerve. See your orthopod for it. Good luck. Read more...

I'm suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome. Is there's anything I can do at home ease the pain? : (plz help

The most helpful. thing you can do is wear a wrist splint, especially at night. These are available OTC at most drug stories. It should be snug but not tight. Avoid activities in which you repetitively use your hands; take frequent breaks. Take aspirin, ibuprofen or naproxen. Ice your wrists: 20 minutes 3X/day. Avoid sleeping on your hands. See Doctor if worsens/persists. Good wishes:) Read more...
Treat it yourself. There are several at home treatments which can help. Some or expensive. If you are interested in an inexpensive and simple at home treatment, then please make an appointment for a Virtual Consultation with me. Read more...

I use the computer frequently when I come home. What are the symptoms of cubital (not carpal) tunnel syndrome?

Numbness, pain. The same numbness and pain seem with carpal tunnel syndrome is similar to cubital tunnel, just where it is located is different. Cubital tunnel effects the small and ulnar half of the small finger, while carpal tunnel affects the other digits. Additionally, since cubital tunnel is typically caused by the ulner nerve, patients may have pain at the elbow not traditionally seen with carpal tunnel. Read more...

Can elevation help with carpal tunnel syndrome pain?

Yes. But I am speaking of elevation of the wrist from a normal position to an extended position of the hand. Wear cockup wrist splints at night to let the "nerve" rest and take some of the restriction and compression off. It is doubtful that elevation of the entire extremity will do you any good. Dr. J. Read more...
Not usually. Try a cock up wrist splint that can be found in most pharmacies without a prescription. Read more...
No. Pressure in the carpal tunnel causes the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome because of compression of the median nerve. Pressure is minimal with the wrist in a neutral (straight) position, so a neutral wrist splint is the best for this condition. If you have a great deal of swelling in your hands, though, elevation may help. Read more...

Help with carpal tunnel syndrome? I'm starting a new job in 2 days and my symptoms are at the worst. What can I do?

Carpal Tunnel. There are multiple treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome, an unpredictable neurologic condition. Night splints, activity modification and injections are all conservative options, though surgical intervention may eventually be needed. An emg/nerve conduction study can help determine the severity of your cts. Read more...
NSAIDS. To help with some of the symptoms you can try Ibuprofen and splints (or at least keep the wrist in a neutral position, avoid bending the wrist). These treatments may help slightly but you could require surgery for permanent relief if these other treatment options fail to resolve your symptoms. An evaluation by a hand surgeon could determine if this in fact the cause and discuss other options. Read more...