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Friday, January 18, 2013


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Cause by Hand Muscle Imbalance?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common imbalance in our office, computer and smart phone based society of today. Not to mention, in our grip and repetition based sports and musical pursuits. Most health professionals and educators spend their time on the 'symptoms' of carpal tunnel syndrome, what they are, where they are located, what nerve is affected, even what the carpal tunnel is... Yet rarely do we ask the question: What causes carpal tunnel syndrome? My next post will show how the small intrinsic muscles of the hand are very much involved in creating the muscle imbalance that commonly leads to carpal tunnel syndrome. Is my hope that by describing the imbalance, and the muscles involved in the imbalance of carpal tunnel syndrome, people will start to take hand muscle strengthening, balancing and training more seriously. It is the cause of many hand, wrist, carpal tunnel, forearm and elbow imbalance conditions. Keep your hand muscles balanced. It is super easy with Handmaster Plus! No more excuses for upper extremity health!

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