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Pain and Numbness from Carpal Tunnel Got You Down? Here's How to Keep Moving.

Posted by Andrea Hamel

November 16, 2015 at 6:00 PM

pain and numbness from carpal tunnel

In this age of technology there are so many devices that we use on a daily basis that strain our wrists and hands. Not just typing, but even just the repetitive thumb swiping of browsing can add micro strain to the delicate and complex joint of the wrist and hand causing and aggravating the common condition of carpal tunnel. For athletic types there is also the added complication of wrist strain from weight training, boxing, push ups, and numerous other exercises that involve articulation of the wrist.  

Carpal tunnel is caused by repeated compression of the main nerve that runs through the wrist into the hand. Repetitive activities over time cause damage to this nerve that can lead to tingling, pain, and numbness in the hand. This nerve damage can hamper daily activities small actions like typing to larger physical efforts such as working out. If carpal tunnel treatment is a factor for you, don't let it get in the way of doing what you love. Support this small but vital joint and minimize further damage with wrist braces and pre-cut kinesiology tape from Mueller Sports Medicine. 

Mueller Sports Medicine offers a full-line of carpal tunnel treatment wrist braces and pre-cut kinesiology tapes that are backed by science and proven by real-world experience to support the wrist where it needs support and allow for complete and healthy range of motion. Contact us to find out more about how to keep moving even when faced with carpal tunnel. 

Topics: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, carpal tunnel brace, wrist brace

    

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