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Carpal Tunnel Treatment & Relief 


Chiropractic care can be considered as part of a holistic approach to managing carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Chiropractors focus on assessing the alignment of the neck, shoulder, and wrist, as well as the associated nerves. Through adjustments and manual therapies, chiropractic care may help alleviate pressure on the median nerve, reduce inflammation, and improve wrist function, potentially offering relief to some individuals with mild to moderate CTS symptoms. However, it's important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for your specific case of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Pain Management

It can help reduce pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome by addressing the underlying causes.

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Non-Surgical Approach

It offers a non-invasive option for managing carpal tunnel syndrome

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Nerve Function

It can focus on improving nerve function and reducing compression on the median nerve

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Relieve carpal tunnel symptoms and regain hand function with chiropractic care, offering non-invasive solutions tailored to your individual needs for improved comfort and well-being.


Carpal Tunnel Relief in Denver, Colorado

Numerous individuals find significant pain relief from carpal tunnel issues through chiropractic care, as we apply our gentle adjustment techniques to aid your journey to a pain-free state. Schedule an appointment with our team today to say farewell to carpal tunnel pain for good.


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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a medical condition that involves the compression of the median nerve as it passes through the narrow passageway called the carpal tunnel in the wrist. This compression can result in symptoms like pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness in the hand and fingers.

Common Causes of Carpal Tunnel

Repetitive Hand Movements: Activities that involve repetitive hand and wrist motions, such as typing, using a computer mouse, or assembly line work, can contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome.


Wrist Anatomy: Anatomical factors like a smaller carpal tunnel or variations in the wrist's bone structure can increase the risk of compression on the median nerve.


Medical Conditions: Conditions like diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and thyroid disorders can increase the likelihood of developing carpal tunnel syndrome.


Pregnancy: Hormonal changes and fluid retention during pregnancy can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome in some women.


Trauma or Injury: A wrist injury or trauma can cause swelling and inflammation in the carpal tunnel, leading to nerve compression.

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