Wrist Pain. What does it mean? Is it Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

If you have wrist pain but no numbness in the fingers, it is not carpal tunnel syndrome. If certain motions cause pain in the wrist, it is most likely a pronblem of the ligaments in the wrist. Ligaments connect bone to bone. Sprains are injuries to ligaments that happen when ligaments become overstretched or otherwise traumatized.

Sprains may occur suddenly or may occur over a period of days or weeks.

Watch the video for what to do about it.

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Hilma Volk
Carpal Tunnel Master

 


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Wrist Pain. What does it mean? Is it Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? — 2 Comments

  1. Hi Ric,
    Glad it has been helping.
    Hilma

  2. Ric Masten on said:

    Hello Hilma. I subscribed to your carpeltunnelmaster.com presentations about five weeks ago. I have suffered from this problem for several years and have been tested by my doctor, a specialist and an acupuncturist. All have agreed that my problem is definitely carpel tunnel syndrome. Since following your instructions, I still have occasional tingling in my hands, especially when sitting idle, but almost never have the excruciating pain of the past. Thank you very much!!! Ric Masten, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA.

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