Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve in the wrist becomes compressed, resulting in numbness and tingling in the hand. At North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic based in Durham, carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the many conditions our experienced hand surgeons regularly see and treat.  We offer both conservative treatments and carpal tunnel surgery to ensure our patients have a range of treatment options available. Whether you are experiencing symptoms of this condition or have already been diagnosed and are exploring your treatment options, you can find the dedicated treatment and care you deserve at our community-based clinic.

How Carpal Tunnel Release Works

As a starting point, treatment may involve several conservative approaches, such as resting, taking pain medications, or bracing the wrist. However, more persistent cases that do not respond to conservative techniques may require surgery. Carpal tunnel surgery aims to alleviate the pressure on the median nerve by cutting the ligament that surrounds the nerve. This is accomplished using a series of small incisions in the palm

Receiving Treatment at North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic

The hand surgeons at North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic are highly experienced in treating a variety of hand and wrist conditions, including carpal tunnel syndrome. If you are experiencing pain or any other symptoms in the hand or wrist area, we welcome you to schedule an appointment at our clinic in Durham to receive a diagnosis and learn about your treatment options. Whether carpal tunnel surgery or another treatment is the right option for you, the orthopedic surgeons at North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic will help you find the relief you need. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.