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Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel Relief

Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when the Median Nerve, which runs from the spine through the arm, becomes pinched because of repetitive wrist motion. This condition, which is often the result of everyday activities such as typing or lifting objects, causes pain or numbness in the hands and arms. This can make routine motions painful for some individuals. As such, Carpal Tunnel relief is of the utmost importance for resuming normal, everyday activities.

The providers at Austin Preferred commonly treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, often achieving positive outcomes using multiple techniques. Our staff works closely with each patient to accurately diagnose and treat the source of the issue. Before beginning treatment, patients will come in for an initial evaluation. Our team will then use patient input to generate a customized treatment plan.

Austin Preferred’s approach has previously helped patients avoid surgery to correct Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. This has made our practice a popular location for treating Carpal Tunnel in Austin, Texas. The medical providers usually recommend non-invasive techniques, including:

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Because every case is different, we may recommend additional, more advanced approaches, including Laser Therapy or Platelet Rich Plasma. The services mentioned above are all covered by health insurance, while the latter two are only available at the self pay rate.

Call (512) 442-2727 for more information or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin clinic. Moreover, you can visit our Services and Conditions pages for more information on treatment at our practice.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: My doctor told me I might need surgery for Carpal Tunnel relief. Is surgery necessary?

A: The providers at Austin Preferred have successfully used non-invasive approaches to correct Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, keeping multiple patients out of the operating room even after they were told surgery was the only option.

Q: How do I know which treatment option(s) are right for my case?

A: You will discuss all applicable treatment options with the medical providers during your initial evaluation. Moreover, our staff is very accommodating to patients with specific treatment techniques in mind.

Learn why we are considered a top provider for Integrative Medicine in Austin!

Call (512) 442-2727 with questions about the services we offer, or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin clinic.
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