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Hand-in-Glove: Associated Factors of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Hand-in-Glove: Associated Factors of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

by Gianina (SU)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is actually a group of symptoms that result from the compression of the median nerve of the wrist – which runs from the forearm all the way to the palm of the hand.

What is transverse carpal ligament pain?

What is transverse carpal ligament pain?

by Yenny (SU)
Your wrist is one of the hardest-working joints in the body. The work that many of us do with our hands, including writing or typing, can contribute to repetitive stress pain in the wrist. Part of the wrist’s complex anatomy is the transverse carpal ligament; the main ligament involved in carpal tunnel syndrome.