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What is the success rate for carpal tunnel surgery?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Gamal Boutros
Neurology
2 doctors agree
In brief: High
Practically most patient are happy, but few cases did not repond because there is neuropathy, or repetitive strain injury not nerve entrapment.

In brief: High
Practically most patient are happy, but few cases did not repond because there is neuropathy, or repetitive strain injury not nerve entrapment.
Dr. Gamal Boutros
Dr. Gamal Boutros
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Dr. Peter Glusker
Neurology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Carpal tunnel
The success rate for carpal tunnel surgery depends on accurate diagnosis, including ruling out toxic or metabolic factors (e.
G early diabetes, abnormal thyroid, medication adverse effects, etc). Often modifying usage pattern and some exercises can help. If accurate electrodiagnostic study localizes the problem to the median nerve at the wrist and careful surgery is done, results are usually good.

In brief: Carpal tunnel
The success rate for carpal tunnel surgery depends on accurate diagnosis, including ruling out toxic or metabolic factors (e.
G early diabetes, abnormal thyroid, medication adverse effects, etc). Often modifying usage pattern and some exercises can help. If accurate electrodiagnostic study localizes the problem to the median nerve at the wrist and careful surgery is done, results are usually good.
Dr. Peter Glusker
Dr. Peter Glusker
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Dr. Kevin Vaught
Neurosurgery
In brief: Very high
The success rate of a carpal tunnel release is very high.
Assuming a proper work-up and failed conservative therapy, you should do well. Good luck.

In brief: Very high
The success rate of a carpal tunnel release is very high.
Assuming a proper work-up and failed conservative therapy, you should do well. Good luck.
Dr. Kevin Vaught
Dr. Kevin Vaught
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