Real Carpal Tunnel Relief for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome at Comprehensive Medical Care
Life-Changing Carpal Tunnel Release Treatment
Are you tired of suffering from numbness, tingling, and weakness in your hands and wrists? Stop carpal tunnel syndrome at its source, with Comprehensive Medical Care’s micro-invasive Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment.
If medication, physical therapy, and home remedies have failed to give you lasting relief from carpal tunnel syndrome, then you need a solution.
Comprehensive Medical Care uses a clinically proven, FDA Cleared carpal tunnel treatment that fights the problem at its source.
Thousands of patients across New Jersey and New York are reclaiming their lives from carpal tunnel pain and numbness.
Micro-Invasive Carpal Tunnel Release
Most cases of carpal tunnel syndrome that require a surgical release to relieve pressure on the median nerve now recover in DAYS vs traditional procedures, which may remedy the condition but tend to result in large, sometimes painful scars.
Now, there is an alternative surgical option: Developed at MAYO CLINIC, the SX-One MicroKnife® Carpal TunnelRelease has revolutionized carpal tunnel syndrome treatment leading to significantly less downtime and minimal patient discomfort.
Carpal Tunnel Treatment Process
- Comprehensive Testing: We begin with thorough testing to ensure you’re a good candidate for treatment.
- Consultation: We’ll discuss your test results, treatment options, and answer all of your questions.
- Micro-Invasive Treatment: get rapid relief from carpal tunnel pain, recover quickly, and get back to all the things you’ve been missing.
What makes us at CCMC different? EXPERIENCE!
Gerald M. Vernon, DO, DC, CAQPM, RMSK is one of only 3-4 physicians in the state of New Jersey certified to perform this procedure. Dr. Vernon has over 15 years of experience performing ultrasound-guided, minimally invasive procedures and is board certified in ultrasound medicine as well as interventional pain procedures of the joints and spine.
Now you can get rapid relief from carpal tunnel pain, recover quickly, and get back to all the things you want – and need – to do.
Benefits of Carpal Tunnel Release with the SX-One MicroKnife® Over Traditional Surgery:
- Most patients can return to work within 3-6 days
- Performed in-office or outpatient ambulatory center
- Performed with local anesthesia
- Minimally-invasive incision typically closed without sutures
- Personalized Postoperative therapy
- Immediate motion of the hand for rapid recovery
What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common condition that causes pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and arm. The condition occurs when one of the major nerves in the hand—the median nerve—is compressed as it travels through the wrist. The median nerve controls movement in the thumb and feeling in the thumb and first three fingers. It runs down the arm and forearm, passes through the carpal tunnel at the wrist, and goes into the hand.
Symptoms of CTS
Carpal tunnel syndrome causes serious and uncomfortable symptoms that affect daily activities, including career and sports. The pain can be described anywhere from sharp, shooting, and burning pain into the palm of the hand, fingers, and thumb to pain shooting up the forearm or mild numbness at night from the middle of the arm to the tips of the fingers. The most common symptoms include:
- Numbness, tingling, or pain in the fingers
- Pain that radiates up the arm
- Wrist pain
- Sudden weakness in the hand
- Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Anything that squeezes or irritates the median nerve in the carpal tunnel space may cause carpal tunnel syndrome. Inflammation and swelling may be the result of an underlying medical condition, overuse, injury, or repetitive motions. Typical causes of carpal tunnel syndrome include:
Trauma to the Wrist
- Improper positioning of the wrist while typing
- Prolonged exposure to vibrations from power tools
- Repeated motions such as playing the piano or working assembly lines
- Sleeping with the wrist flexed
- B12 deficiency
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Thyroid disease
Non-Surgical Treatments for CTS
Mild symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome are focused on alleviating pressure on the median nerve with specific exercises, stretches, and rest. Sometimes, medications or corticosteroid injections may be helpful.
Take a Quick Carpal Tunnel Symptoms Quiz
You are not alone – carpal tunnel syndrome, or CTS, is a common condition that affects an estimated 12 million people in the US, with an additional 2.1 million diagnosed every year.
If you’ve experienced the pain, tingling, or weakness that can occur with CTS, you know how debilitating it can be, and how much it can affect your work and personal life. Those days are over!
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