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Myofascial release of carpal tunnel syndrome

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Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment,Fascial

J Am Osteopath Assoc. 1993 Jan;93(1):92-4, 100-1.

Authors:

B M Sucher

Abstract.

Current treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome may be ineffective or associated with complications or recurrence. In the case reported here, a myofascial release by the physician combined with the patient's self-stretch reduced pain and numbness and improved electromyographic results. The manipulative approach releases the transverse carpal ligament,-and "opens" or dilates the canal. The patient stretches the wrist, digits, and thumb, including myofascial components. An aggressive, conservative approach lessens the need for surgery in mild to moderate cases. Studies with magnetic resonance imaging may be helpful to document canal size before and after treatment.

Publication Date: 

1993 Jan

OEID: 

935

Sucher, MB. (1993) 'Myofascial release of carpal tunnel syndrome ', J Am Osteopath Assoc. 1993 Jan;93(1):92-4, 100-1.

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