Pain, numbness and tingling in your hand may be from carpal tunnel syndrome. It happens when the area around the main nerve to your hand is too tight. The nerve is called the median nerve. And the small space in your wrist where it passes is called the carpal tunnel.
Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause numbness or tingling in your hand. You may feel it in your thumb and in your index, middle and ring fingers. Your grip may be weak. Carpal tunnel syndrome may affect one or both hands.
To get better, you may need to rest your hand and avoid doing the things that make your symptoms worse. Ice, wrist splints, medicine and injections may help. Here at Ascend Regenerative Medicine we specialize in Carpal Tunnel Injections.
End of Procedure and Aftercare
When the injection is done, the needle is removed and your hand/wrist and is bandaged. You may not feel relief for a few weeks. You may need to have more than one injection over series of visits to get the full benefit of the medicine