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    Developed symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome? You need advice from injury lawyers in Saunton!

    Carpal tunnel syndrome is generally more common in women than men and although it becomes more common with advancing years, it can affect people of all ages.  Carpal tunnel syndrome, which is often work related, is a well known condition that causes the following symptoms:

    • Pain in the index and first finger
    • Numbness
    • Tingling sensation in the hands and fingers
    • Weakness in the thumb
    • Dull ache in the hand or arm
    • Pins and needles

    What causes carpal tunnel syndrome?

    Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition which is caused by the compression of the median nerve which controls sensation and movement in the hands and fingers.  The carpal tunnel is a narrow passage in the wrist made up of eight small bones called the carpal bones, and a tough band of fibrous tissue which acts as a pulley to bend the fingers.  It is unclear how the median nerve becomes compressed, but it is thought that certain factors increase the risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome:

    1. A family history of the condition
    2. Pregnancy, although it usually disappears as soon as the baby is born
    3. A previous injury to the wrist
    4. Other health conditions such as diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis
    5. Strenuous and repetitive work with the hands

    Treatment for the condition

    Carpal tunnel syndrome can be treated with basic self help measures such as rest and painkillers if symptoms are mild.  As the condition tends to worsen at night, symptoms can develop and cause sleep disturbance and insomnia.  Moderate symptoms can be treated with wrist splints and corticosteroid injections, whilst severe symptoms may require surgical intervention to relieve the compression of the median nerve.  This may require a period of convalescence after surgery to regain full function of the affected wrist involving a reasonable time off work.

    Don’t delay! Make your claim using injury lawyers in Saunton

    Call the leading experts, Accident Advice Helpline, to process your personal  injury compensation claim for carpal tunnel syndrome using injury lawyers in Saunton.  With over 13 years experience of processing personal injury compensation claims for carpal tunnel syndrome, their injury lawyers in Saunton are well established and professional experts at helping people, like you, to claim the compensation that they deserve.

    Call the helpline 24/7 and obtain no obligation free legal advice from a friendly and helpful adviser.  The injury lawyers in Saunton will process your claim on a 100% no win no fee basis, leaving you free to concentrate on your recovery.

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    Date Published: 31st October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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