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    1. Wrist Splint for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Topic Overview

      A wrist splint is a brace that looks like a fingerless glove and that stabilizes your wrist in a straight and sometimes slightly bent-back position. Wearing a wrist splint minimizes pressure on the median nerve and allows you a period of "relative rest" from movements that make carpal tunnel syndrome worse. Think about these guidelines when you use a wrist splint: When worn to stabilize the ...

    2. Chronic Pain - Topic Overview

      What is reiki?Reiki means "universal life energy" and is an ancient healing method that manipulates energy flows in the body. Reiki practitioners believe there is an energy force in and around the body. They believe that reiki is a flow of energy between the reiki practitioner and the receiver of the treatment. It is thought that reiki releases energy flows and allows the body's own natural ...

    3. Swelling - Topic Overview

      Bursitis-Topic Overview

    4. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Health Tools

      This health tools will help you make wise health decisions or take action regarding carpal tunnel.

    5. Exercises for Arm and Wrist - Topic Overview

      If you have pain, tingling, and other problems in your hand because of carpal tunnel syndrome, you can take steps to help the pain. Steps to relieve pain and reduce swelling include: Applying ice to the palm side of the hand and wrist for short periods.Avoiding sleeping on your hands or with your wrists bent. Wearing a wrist splint at night is often helpful.Taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), which may help reduce swelling and relieve pain. They may be helpful for some people, although they are not generally thought to be effective for carpal tunnel syndrome. Other lifestyle changes such as losing weight, quitting smoking, reducing the amount of alcohol you drink, and controlling medical conditions, such as diabetes, may help relieve your symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome related to swelling.

    6. Postoperative Problems - Topic Overview

      Swelling is an increase in the size or a change in the shape of an area of the body. Swelling can be caused by collection of body fluid, tissue growth, or abnormal movement or position of tissue.

    7. Abdominal Pain, Age 12 and Older - Home Treatment

      Most of the time, abdominal pain improves with home treatment and does not require a visit to a health professional.

    8. Patellar Tracking Disorder - Topic Overview

      Surgery to repair a torn meniscus involves rehabilitation,although it varies depending on the injury,the type of surgery,and your orthopedist's preference. In general,meniscus surgery is followed by a period of rest,walking,and selected exercises. Every recovery is different and depends on many factors. But here are some typical times for returning to activities. Time needed to return ...

    9. Knee Problems and Injuries - Preparing For Your Appointment

      A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Knee Problems and Injuries.

    10. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - What Happens

      The tingling, numbness, and pain of carpal tunnel syndrome usually develop gradually. Symptoms often get worse if you do not stop or change an activity that is helping to cause the condition.

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