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Why am I getting shooting pains in the right arm where I had carpal tunnel treatment awhile ago?
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Dr. Raymond Raven
Surgery - Hand Surgery
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In brief: Maybe something else
Numbness, tingling and shooting pain in the hand or arm can be due to many conditions, including carpal tunnel syndrome.
The symptoms you describe could be coming from the neck, as in cervical radiculopathy. Unfortunately, these symptoms can be mis diagnosed as carpal tunnel syndrome, in which case symptoms may persist or recur after surgery. See a neurologist or hand specialist.

In brief: Maybe something else
Numbness, tingling and shooting pain in the hand or arm can be due to many conditions, including carpal tunnel syndrome.
The symptoms you describe could be coming from the neck, as in cervical radiculopathy. Unfortunately, these symptoms can be mis diagnosed as carpal tunnel syndrome, in which case symptoms may persist or recur after surgery. See a neurologist or hand specialist.
Dr. Raymond Raven
Dr. Raymond Raven
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
In brief: Strange
Carpal tunnel does not effect the arm but the wrist, palm, fingers and hand.
Multiple levels of compression or incomplete release may be some of the reasons which are best evaluated by a physician with possible electromyelogram studies.

In brief: Strange
Carpal tunnel does not effect the arm but the wrist, palm, fingers and hand.
Multiple levels of compression or incomplete release may be some of the reasons which are best evaluated by a physician with possible electromyelogram studies.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
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