Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Tendonitis

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is defined as pain, tingling, or numbness in the wrist, sometimes radiating up the arm, resulting from irritation or compression of the median nerve. Compression of this nerve may occur at various levels of the nerve, from the wrist up to the neck.

Tendonitis involves inflammation of the tendons (where muscles attach to bones), typically of the shoulder, elbow, or wrist. These two conditions respond extremely well to our treatments utilizing acupuncture; infrared therapy; hands-on bodywork (acupressure, tui na massage); gentle ROM, traction, and spinal decompression; stretching techniques; and herbal and nutritional support.