You have been experiencing the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome for quite some time. During that time, you have tried a range of different conservative approaches to treatment.
You’ve worn braces. You’ve consistently done some stretching exercises. You’ve tried over-the-counter pain relievers. But so far, nothing has really provided significant, consistent relief. And at this point, the pain, numbness, and tingling are starting to make it difficult for you to continue with your daily activities—a situation that can be particularly problematic if the pain is preventing you from performing your job duties.
It’s time to consider surgery.
Don’t Wait Too Long to Take Care of Your Carpal Tunnel Pain
You may be reluctant to have surgery. That’s completely understandable. However, it is important to remember that surgery will stop the progression of the nerve damage you are experiencing. Stopping ongoing damage sooner rather than later is the best move you can make to ensure positive results from the surgical procedure.
In addition to simple reluctance to have surgery, you may also be worried that having the procedure done will result in a long recovery period that might keep you from working or enjoying your regular activities.
Fortunately, we have good news on that front: The recovery time is minimal for ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release surgery. That means you can get back to your daily life quickly—and in significantly less pain.
Let’s Take Care of Your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain. Contact Our Nerve Pain Specialist Today.
Dr. Eric H. Williams is ready to help you find relief from the ongoing symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release surgery can correct the problem and get you back to your activities quickly.
If conservative approaches to dealing with the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome simply are not getting the job done, it is time to talk with Dr. Williams. You do not have to just live with the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome. Instead, contact us today to get started on the path toward putting carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms in your past.