Best way to manage carpal tunnel?

Depends. It depends on the severity of symptoms and response to conservative treatment. you may consult this site for info: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/carpal-tunnel-syndrome/symptoms-causes/dxc-20313870 For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex.

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What is the best way to manage carpal tunnel syndrome?

Surgical/nonsurgical. if the symptoms are severe or there evidence of nerve injury on nerve conduction studies surgical treatment is usually advised. in mild to moderate symptoms non surgical approach is reasonable as splinting, steroid injection or oral steroids. Other options is hand physio therapy if non surgical options are not effective then surgery will be advisable to release the pressure on the nerves. Read more...
Carpal tunnel. Treatment options for Carpal tunnel include no treatment or wrist splint, steroid injection, physiotherapy and if none of the above help then surgery . Treatment will depend on the severity of symptoms and affect on functions . Please consult with your doctor. http://patient.info/health/carpal-tunnel-syndrome-leaflet. Read more...
Carpel tunnel. 1. splints at night to support the wrist 2. Ergonomic key boards at work 3. steroid injections may help 4. if nothing works then a surgery will be needed. Read more...
carpal tunnel. You can naturally wear a splint
you can take so called natural anti inflammatory agents
you can naturally modify your activity
you can naturally treat any other underlying disorders that are occuring

eliminate excess sodium, take a natural diurectic, live healthy etc it can help. Read more...

What is the best keyboard and mouse for people having carpal tunnel syndrome?

Wrist pad. A full size keyboard writh a wrist pad and a mouse with a roller ball. But more importantly is having a pullout drawer to place both at the correct height for you. Read more...
3m Ergo mouse. Some of my patients have found relief using the 3m- ergo mouse. For a keyboard make sure your wrists are in a neutral position. Read more...

What kind of brace is best for carpal tunnel?

A brace that. Is solid on the wrist side and keeps your wrist in a slightly extended position, maybe 10 degrees at most. Make sure to wear it during activities that aggravate your carpal tunnel syndrome and also at night as we tend to flex our wrists at night. Hope that helps! Read more...
None. Braces are a temporary treatment for CTS, and tend to be not very effective in the long run. Read more...
Wrist . This could help rest the joints of the nerve is not pinched. Sometimes you’re going to have an injection in the wrist. It depends on the cause and your other medical conditions. Sometimes even surgery is indicated . I would recommend evaluation by a physician. Read more...
Wrist brace. May try a wrist brace to wear at night (and as often as possible during the day). On occasions, some may recover from the problem (as long as the activity which caused the injury has ceased or reduced) after a few weeks, other may require local cortisone injection or even surgery. The important part is avoiding the activities which cause the problem (keyboard etc) Read more...

Lupus joint pain vs. Preg carpal tunnel? How to tell the difference? 36 wks being tested for lupus but hoping for the best pain in fingers toes feet

Conduction studies. CTS can be diagnosed with conduction studies also use of a sleep splint can relieve CTS. Read more...
Exam. A physical exam of the affected area can probably make the diagnosis. Carpal tunnel is common in pregnancy and can be treated with a wrist splint. Read more...