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Carpal Tunnel Injection
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Carpal Tunnel Injection Usage

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Reasons for Procedure

The median nerve runs from the forearm into the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when this nerve is squeezed at the wrist as it runs through the carpel tunnel. This results in pain, weakness, tingling, or numbness in your hand and wrist. Pain may also radiate up your arm.

Steroid injections into the carpel tunnel area can help improve symptoms for three months or longer. You may not need further treatment.

 
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