Carpal tunnel syndrome threatens people on the desk

One of the adverse consequences of technological improvements is the carpal tunnel syndrome. The disease, which used to be seen in people who used to work more heavily in the past, now threatens those who use desk-tops, ie those who use their hands too much.

Carpal tunnel syndrome threatens people on the desk

One of the adverse consequences of technological improvements is the carpal tunnel syndrome. The disease, which used to be seen in people who used to work more heavily in the past, now threatens those who use desk-tops, ie those who use their hands too much.

31 May 2017 Wednesday 11:47
Carpal tunnel syndrome threatens people on the desk

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition of increased pain and numbness spreading to the hand fingers, sometimes to the arm, held during a progressive movement that holds the first three fingers of one or both hands.

The median nerve in the middle of the disease is usually under the pressure of the disease in the pain, drowsiness and weakness that shows itself, indicating Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist Op. Dr. Davud Yasmin said using the wrist, employees are at risk.

Expert emphasizing that the initial shape of the discomfort is drowsiness, especially the first three strokes, electric strikes, especially when kneading dough, hand washing clothes, doing hand work or pressing computer keys, ie using a wrist,

"Patients often complain that the nights are so much painful and that the burning-like pain is so waking up from sleep. This is in direct proportion to the progression of the disease. "

HAND FUNCTION LOSS YOUR ROUTE IF THERAPY CAN NOT BE TREATED

Carpal tunnel disease has increased with the development of technology, Yasmin emphasized that the untreated problem can cause irreversible hand function loss.

He stated that different treatment options are available depending on the stage of the disease. Yasmin said the disease was diagnosed 90% by EMG test.

After surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome, patients can return to their normal lives between 10 days and 3 weeks. "The full recovery of the disease is between 6 months and 2 years, depending on the amount of destruction in the area," Yasmin said.

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Updated: 31.05.2017 11:58
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