Through a variety of possible causes, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome happens when the median nerve in the hand becomes compressed within a major ligament in the wrist. When the carpal tunnel and the transverse carpal ligament across the top (or inside) of the wrist is injured or tight, swelling of the tissues within the tunnel can press on the median nerve. Since the tunnel is already tight, this condition is common and causes pain, numbing and tingling in the hand and…
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