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Old 08-12-2013, 05:53 AM   #15
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Don't want to start a range war here, but our small town has lots of factories, workers with repetitive motion, and lots of surgeries for carpal tunnel. A young chiropractor came to town about 15 years ago, and went to each factory and said he could treat carpal tunnel without surgery. Not one person has been for surgery since... He is pretty good at what he does...
X2 Have had issues for years with my wrists. Found that C5,C6 in my neck has a compressed disc. After finding a good chiropractor and looking at his charts it all made sense. I too was thinking about surgery on the wrists. I'm glad I didn't. I still have issues from time to time but understand what is going on.

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Interesting responses, thanks all. I shared this link with the wife so she can read your responses.

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Old 08-15-2013, 06:39 PM   #17
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Hi all,

I have/had severe carpal tunnel in both hands. I found driving our 38' Monaco DP without any drive assist no problem. This was after two surgeries in each hand. YES, 2 times for each hand. The ligaments grew back, so I had to do it again. They are feeling much better now, and mine was also workers comp related, but I sure wish I had known to check in with a chiropractor. I did try acupuncture and physical therapy before, but alas surgeries is what it took for me.

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Old 08-15-2013, 07:19 PM   #18
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I had carpul tunnel surgery 5 years ago, best thing I have ever done.

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