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    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Other Treatment

    Other treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome include:

    • Physical therapy. This includes ultrasound, stretching, and range-of-motion exercises. In some clinics, these therapies may be done by an occupational therapist.
    • Wrist splints.
    • Retraining (learning new ways of doing things), and ergonomic considerations (such as having your body in the correct posture and position and using equipment that is right for your strength and ability).
    actionset.gif Wrist Care: Preventing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Complementary and alternative treatments

    Some people try complementary and alternative treatments to help with the symptoms of tingling, numbness, weakness, or pain felt in the fingers or hand. There is not strong evidence that they help.1 Some of these treatments include

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    Last Updated: November 14, 2014
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