Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is pressure on a nerve in your wrist. It causes tingling, numbness and pain in your hand and fingers. You can often treat it yourself, but it can take months to get better.



are overweight

are pregnant

do work or hobbies that mean you repeatedly bend your wrist or grip hard, such as using vibrating tools

have another illness, such as arthritis or diabetes

have a parent, brother or sister with CTS

have previously injured your wrist


an ache or pain in your fingers, hand or arm

numb hands

tingling or pins and needles

a weak thumb or difficulty gripping

These symptoms often start slowly and come and go. They're usually worse at night.

How We Treat

Nerve Mobilization, Muscles Stretching, Ultrasound Therapy, Night Splint