Summary: Carpal tunnel can be a nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be with Clear Lake hand surgery.


Break Free

Too many people suffer from carpal tunnel. It’s an unfortunate problem that affects your hands and makes day to day tasks, and sometimes even sleeping, difficult. Carpal tunnel syndrome can present in many different ways, but the most common symptom is often described as a feeling of “tingling or numbness like your fingers feel asleep.” Never mind aside from that there is a lot of pain and discomfort. If you have been struggling with carpal tunnel, there is help. With surgery from Clear Lake Hand Center in League City, Texas, you can break free of your never ending cycle of pain.


One of the main questions that Dr. Polsen (from Clear Lake Hand Center) gets asked is “What Causes Carpal Tunnel?” What has been discovered is that there is an association between the syndrome and repetitive movements, and it is often during these activities that people feel the most symptoms. If you do a lot of physical work with your hands, or type for the majority of the day, you may be at risk for carpal tunnel.

The Clear Lake Approach

If you have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel, your hand surgeon will determine what the appropriate surgery is to relieve that pressure. Full disclosure with your surgeon will help him to make the best choices for your hands. Many hand surgeons take a general approach, creating one long deep incision in the hand. Clear Lake hand surgery is a little different. Dr. Polsen uses an endoscopic approach, which means that everything he does is on a much smaller scale. Because of this somewhat-microscopic approach, your incisions will not be as long or deep, and will be easier to recover from. There is also a lot less scarring/a less obvious scar.

Hand Surgery Today

If you think that you may have carpal tunnel, you should first consult a doctor for a diagnosis. Hand surgery is only beneficial to those who are truly suffering from this syndrome. On the flip side, ignoring your symptoms can lead to prolonged pain and can even cause permanent nerve damage! Nerve damage can cause a loss of function to the hand, but detecting issues quick enough can help avoid a terrible scenario. Do what is best for your hands, and inquire about a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Polsen today.


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