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Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is one of the most common types of repetitive motion injuries suffered today, next to lower back injuries. If you work in an occupation or enjoy hobbies that require constant use of your hands, you may be susceptible to serious injuries that can impede your work and ability to earn a living, enjoy your hobbies and lead a productive and enjoyable life.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is caused by inflammation in the median nerves that connects your forearm to your wrist. The inflammation causes swelling that puts pressure on your median nerve and results in serious numbness, pain, reduced gripping power, and tingling in your hands, wrists, or fingers. People who are most susceptible to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are typists, writers, piano players and other musicians, and even some people that have diabetes, thyroid problems and other medical issues.
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