Treatment of CTS (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome)

Carpal tunnel syndrome often does not require specific treatment for this condition can recover on their own within a few months. If the CTS is indeed in need of treatment, the treatment used depends on the severity and how long you’ve been suffering from this condition. Those who suffer from CTS during pregnancy, usually the symptoms will disappear about two to three months after giving birth. Only if the condition is severe enough CTS, further treatment should be carried out. So that symptoms do not get worse, you should avoid activities that cause the fingers and hands overworked. If symptoms do not improve soon CTS within a few weeks, there are several treatment techniques that can be done to relieve the pressure on the median nerve, or if you want to know more, please visit the website

The technique used is medication, therapy, and surgery. Splinting the wrist. This procedure aims to always put the wrist in a neutral position. Splinting is done normally would not burden the carpal hallway. Wrist bent may add pressure on the median nerve. If the wrist bandaged and did not move much, the pressure on the nerve will be reduced. As a result, the symptoms will be quickly reduced. Medication non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID). There is no clear evidence that NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, can help treat CTS. However, this drug can help relieve the pain that appears for a short period.