Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery Abroad

Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery

A carpal tunnel release surgery is performed by decompressing the median nerve in the wrist through the carpal tunnel. This procedure involves transecting the transverse carpal ligament.

When a ligament in the wrist swells, it irritates the nearby median nerve which can cause significant discomfort. In some cases, a surgical procedure, referred to as an open carpal tunnel release, may be needed to relieve the discomfort.

The painful tingling and numbness in the hand or arm that many people experience as a result of repetitive motions may be “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome” or CTS.
When a ligament in the wrist swells, it irritates the nearby median nerve which can cause significant discomfort. In some cases, a surgical procedure, referred to as an open carpal tunnel release, may be needed to relieve the discomfort. In this interactive carpal tunnel surgery video, you will learn how a carpal tunnel release is performed and what a patient can do to assist in recovery.

The carpal tunnel is a small narrowing “tunnel”, found on the underside of the hand by the wrist which covers the median nerve. When too much pressure occurs on the nerve, symptoms such as numbness and tingling can occur. Carpal tunnel syndrome can be due to repetitive stress ranging in severity from moderate (occasional pins and needles) to severe, awakening you through the night.

For more details, please contact us!

Contact-Us-Button-Medical-Toursim-Videos

 
[organization][/organization]

[website][/website]

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

You Might Be Interested In

LEAVE YOUR COMMENT

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 

Free Call Free Chat
contact_us_mix.png