Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By Rhonda Marsh
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“My hands hurt all the time.” 

“It feels like all of my fingers are asleep.” 

“I keep dropping everything, I can’t even feel it when I’m holding my cup.” 

 

Sound familiar? Most people have known someone with carpal tunnel syndrome before, perhaps a co-worker or family member.  Even though we’ve all heard of carpal tunnel, there are many misconceptions about what it actually is. So, let’s look at what carpal tunnel is and sign you can look for. 

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