Do You Suffer From Numb Hands or Fingers? Worried about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
"Discover How You Can Get Your Hands Back to Normal" Quickly, Easily, Safely No Drugs, No Shots, No Surgery, No Equipment, No Gizmos. "Exclusive Self-Help Techniques Developed over 20 Years By a Licensed Massage Therapist"
Surgery should always be a last resort - if you have let the condition go so long that you are in danger of permanent loss of function.
Otherwise it is not an emergency surgery. These conditions progress slowly - so you have time. But you just can't wait around and hope things will get better. You have to take action.
Carpal tunnel surgery has a High Failure Rate.
But surgery has a high failure rate with carpal tunnel. Admittedly some clinics have a higher success rate than the national average.
But about one third of the time there are mixed results. The pain may be gone. But the hand is left weaker or can not function as fully as it once could.
About one third of the time the hand is worse off than before. Either because of infection, a mistake in the surgery,or it never was Carpal Tunnel Syndrome to begin with. Not only that.....
The problem often returns. Why? Scar tissue often forms after surgery. This causes pressure in the carpal tunnel and many people have had multiple surgeries to clean that out. But also...
If you continue to do what you have been doing, the way you've been doing it, if you have had surgery, it will come back.
Take Action Now.
Most of the Time it Isn't Even Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
You see, the majority of programs, as well as doctors, only think about the carpal tunnel. And that is a mistake.
What is the carpal tunnel?
The carpal tunnel is like a ditch in the wrist that made up of wrist bones and a hard strap called the carpal tunnel ligament. Within that tunnel are 9 tendons and the median nerve. If space is limited in there the median nerve gets pinched.
If the median nerve is pinched you will have numbness or other sensations in the thumb, first two fingers. and half of the ring fingers.
But it Could Be FALSE Carpal Tunnel
When there is numbness or tingling, there is pinching anywhere along the nerve pathway. It could be coming from the base of the neck, the muscles in the front of the neck that can pinch on the nerves, a muscle in the chest, or from tight muscles in the forearms. Often nerve pinching is in more than one place.
If it is TRUE Carpal Tunnel Syndrome from Using Your Hands, You Also Have Tight Muscles In the Forearms.
And if it is FALSE Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, most of the time is is because of tight muscles pinching on the nerves
Many doctors don't understand the roll that muscle imbalance plays in numerous disorders.....
If you have carpal tunnel syndrome due to repetitive work, such as typing, hammering, playing the piano, etc. you also have tight forearms. It is about impossible not to.
Why? Because the forearm muscle control most of the movement in your fingers,
Tight forearm muscles can pinch on nerves going into your fingers. Tight forearm muscles also shorten the tendons which run through the carpal tunnel (a narrow area in the wrist). That makes the tendons thicker.
Overuse can also cause those tendons to swell. Instead of drugs, why not loosen up the forearms and the tendons directly. Trust me, it is not hard to do and doesn't take long. And you don't have to use your overworked fingers.
But nerve pinching can come from other places too. Often from more than one place.
That is why I show you with videos, how to find them, how to fix them. (Anyway, getting those other areas loosend up may relieve other problems such as headaches and pain between the shoulder blades).
What if your little two fingers get numb?
What if your have thumb pain?
What if you have numbness in just one finger?
That's NOT Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Those aren't even any symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.
But those ARE Problems. And Most Programs Don't Even Talk About Them.
But my Carpal Tunnel Master program does.
You can prevent... Reverse... Or even eliminate your carpal tunnel syndrome starting today. As well as the False carpal tunnel syndromes, and other problems like the ones above.
In the process, you very well might get rid of your tension headaches, the pain in your neck and the pain between your shoulder blades.
Pssst....At least 75% of the time it is not even Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that is causing your problems.
Inside this ground breaking video series there are Two Parts.
# 1. CORE VIDEOS
Clear, easy to understand video format... these aren't vague, "pie in the sky" theories about what might work. You get precise knowledge on how to apply everything you learn to recover in the fastest possible time...
How to eliminate your carpal tunnel syndrome... without gizmos, cortisone shots, drugs, risky surgery, clunky gadgets, or equipment,. (And best of all, you see results quickly). In fact, you could do the techniques in just mere minutes a day. Anywhere.
Hands Off Self Massage Techniques for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that get far quicker results that stretching or hand exercises or attaching things to your hand every night. How to test yourself to find out if you have TRUE or FALSE carpal tunnel syndrome.
Pinpoint the location of the SOURCE of the numbness... because it can be, and usually IS different from where you actually feel it.
Easy, Safe, Effectivetechniques to directly loosen up the tight spots in muscles that are creating so much grief for you.
How to apply the techniques without using your hands in most places, or else with minimal tax on your hands which are likely very weak.
Unexpected Benefits of doing these can include eliminating headaches, tennis elbow, pain between the shoulder blades, jaw pain, cold hands, sore forearms, and more.
#2 BONUS CONTENT
Just the Core Videos alone should be enough. And I suggest that everyone start with them. But I include a LOT more, most in video, some in audio format.
Stretches that many Physical Therapists use for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Although I have seen that specific massage techniques in the Core Videow above are the quickest way to get results, I do include LOTS of optional stretches you can use.
Stretches for Other Areas that create muscle imbalance that pinch the nerves that go down your arm. Such as in the front of the neck, the back of the neck, and the chest.
Do's and Don'ts for Stretching. Doing it wrong can either be not very effective or harmful.
Additional Helpful Topics
Do Supplements Help?
Why anti-inflammatory Drugs are Bad
Using Ice, When and How to use Ice
How to Find a Professional who can Actually Help You with Non-Invasive means.
Specific Other Conditions that most programs never touch on.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Swelling from Lymph Node Removal
Scalene Muscles and the problems they cause
Pectoralis Minor Muscles and the problems they cause
Pronator Teres Syndrome
References to free sites that tell you how to set up your computer station or other equipment to minimize the strain on your body.