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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a nerve compression that occurs
in the wrist and affects the fingers of the hand. It is a disease that
progresses if left untreated.

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is known as nerve compression. Carpal
tunnel syndrome occurs when nerves put severe pressure on muscle tissue, bones,
and tendons. In other words, it is not being able to control the nerves as
a result of the nerves pressing on the tissue in the wrist. As a result of
this pressure, pain and many other symptoms are seen in the wrist. Since
the hands and fingers are the places that are used frequently, a discomfort in
the hands and fingers affects the individual negatively and prevents him from
doing daily work. For example, it is difficult to perform even small
actions such as zippering and buttoning. You may have to seek help from
someone else. Its incidence increases with advancing age.

What Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

It can be seen in those with lumbar hernia.

May be the result of slipping of the spinal discs

It should be known that trauma and injuries cause nerve compression.

Can be caused by obesity and overweight

Can cause sitting disorders

Posture disorders are another cause

Dealing with the same job constantly and using the mouse
or keyboard actively can cause nerve compression.

Stress is also a cause

Nerve compression may be caused by injury or strain as a result of sports activities.

It can occur as a result of inflammation of tissues and joints.

Narrow wrist channels can cause

May occur temporarily during pregnancy

Being in the profession that will strain the ankle is also a reason.

What are the Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Numbness in the whole hand and fingers

Tingling in the hands and fingers

Feeling constant pain in the wrist, hand and fingers

Inability to use or have difficulty using 3 fingers of
the hand with stuck hand

Difficulty doing simple actions such as clicking

Mild pain is felt, the intensity of the pain may increase
after dealing with tasks such as cleaning.

There is a loss of strength in the hands and fingers.

Difficulty moving the hand

Feels like an electric shock in the fingers

The pain appears to spread to the arm and shoulder

Difficulty punching the hand

What is the Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

It seems that carpal tunnel syndrome is often caused by work
done. Dealing with a job in which hands and fingers are used continuously
can cause nerve compression in the future. The treatment of carpal tunnel
syndrome is provided by physical therapy. With the treatment plan prepared
by the specialist, it can be ensured that the patient can use his hand and
fingers more comfortably. Carpal tunnel syndrome is treated by removing
the pressure on the nerve with physical therapy.

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Asya Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center was established in 2007 with the partnership of 4 physicians who are physiotherapy and orthopedists. Due to the fact that the founders are closely involved in physical therapy and rehabilitation, all treatment practices and the approach to the patient have been shaped by our founders and the present quality level has been reached.

Our Principles: To treat our patients at a high level by using all the means reached by medicine and we can have; maximizing patient satisfaction; to respect patients’ rights; pay attention to hygiene; We can summarize that our patients can improve their quality of life and return to normal life as soon as possible.

Our Mission: To provide high quality health services to patients from all segments of the society, to serve our country by creating job opportunities in the health sector, to ensure the continuous development of our staff and to work happily.

Our location: We are located on the main road at a distance of 500-1000 meters from Pendik coastal road and e5 and we have parking facilities.

Our Staff: We have a total of 36 employees with 3 full-day physiotherapists and 5 full-day physiotherapists.

Our capacity: We have a daily capacity of 150 examinations, 300 physical therapy and 40 rehabilitation.

Our Values: Reliable workspace and service area

Equitable health care

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